Macromolecules Comic

Macromolecules Comic

More Options: Make a Folding Card

Storyboard Description

This storyboard does not have a description.

Storyboard Text

  • There's always those four stereotypes in school. You have your gossip girls (nucleic acid), shy nerds (lipids), jocks (proteins), and the guy who's pretty much friends with everyone (carbohydrate).
  • Gossip girls (nucleic acids) don't need to be nice but, they really spread information like butter on toast. If you need information, they've probably already delivered it to you or have already managed to figure out what's next. (Nucleic acids spread information throughout the cell.)
  • You're joking, right? Lipid is the WORST person to hang out with. She's way too protective and has the dumbest fear of water, hahah!
  • Jocks (Proteins) are kind of interesting, but it's really their friends (amino acids) that make them likeable. Without them, they wouldn't be popular at ALL. (Proteins are made up of 20 different amino acids, which can be put together into different combinations.)
  • Hey uh.. good lookin'. Is that a new dress?
  • I've had this since the first day of school..
  • The shy nerd (Lipid) isn't a bad person. Even though they might have some quirks and refuse to go in water unless necessary, they're protective friends and they'll always be there for you. (Lipids help protect certain parts of cells, and they also provide energy. They're also present in cell membranes.)
  • It was no problem! I'm sorry about the rumors she's trying to spread.
  • Hey, I'll pay for your lunch! Thanks for standing up to Nucleic for me, you're the best!
  • This guy is super friendly, and he can't be classified into the overly popular people. He's obviously popular, but being around him for too long really starts to get to you, and he can get you in trouble on accident. He's a really good friend to have, but don't plan any mischief with him! (Carbohydrates are necessary for life. Although you CAN have too much, they help provide energy. Carbs are sugars and starches, which can be found in candies, pasta, and much more.
  • Oh my gosh, that's hilarious! Hahah, where'd you come up with this?
  • When the patient woke up, his skeleton was missing, and the doctor was never heard from again! Hahahah!
  • Although they're all a unique individual, their upbringing and surroundings helped form who they are today. (Monomers=past, parents, etc. Polymers= who they are as a whole) They're all part of a section of people, but together they help make Cell High what it is today. (Thank you for reading!)
  • Wait, WHAT?!
  • Anyways, that's how my uncle lost his medical license.
Explore Our Articles and Examples

Try Our Other Websites!

Photos for Class   •   Quick Rubric   •   abcBABYart   •   Storyboard That's TPT Store