Macromolecules Part 1

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  • Hello Mr. Hall, are you ready for your briefing on macromolecules.  
  • Ready as a surgeon would ever be. This Andromeda Strain does not stand a chance against us!
  • Well, I highly doubt that you would understand anything but here it goes.
  • For your information, I already know the four types of macromolecules, carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids.
  • Well, do you know what the functions of these macromolecules?
  • That's what I thought
  • Well, you see...
  • Let's start with carbohydrates. They consist of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. They include sugars and starches. 
  • Gladly doctor.
  • Well, if you are so smart Mr. Scientist, then why don't you explain how they work huh?
  • Take this bakery for example. People find this a source of energy. The cells do the same thing, they see carbohydrates as a source of usable energy.
  • Well, you got past that one, but what lipids. I'm sure that you won't be able to drag me to a bakery for that. 
  • Well, lipids store energy and control metabolic processes. Just like this newspaper stand stores newspapers and control the news that's given out. Also, lipids consist of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. They are made up of fatty acids.
  • As you can see, I haven't dragged you to a bakery. This is a newspaper doctor. 
  • What does this have to do with lipids Mr. Stone?
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