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  • Sure let me tell you all about it.
  • Hey Frank can you tell me about Macromolecules
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  • This is a diagram of a nucleic acid. It carries genetic code. It has 5 different elements known as CHONP (Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Phosphorus). This is a monomer aka nucleotide of a DNA molecule. If you want to eat healthy. Try eating some beans, spinach and fish. 
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  • This is a lipid. It stores energy. It contains 4 elements known as CHON. The monomer is called  triglycerides. An example of a lipid is a phospholipid. Try eating eggs, oil and butter.
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  • This is a protein, aka amino acid. This helps make enzymes in the body. I recommend eating a whole lot of meat like steak and chicken, Also eat dairy like milk and cheese.
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  • Finally this is a carbohydrate aka monosaccharides. It uses the same elements as protein (CHO). They help use energy. Examples of it are glucose, sucrose, and glycogen. Try eating bread, pasta and fruit.
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  • I forgot to tell you what a macromolecule means. A macromolecule is a large organic molecule. It contains small units of molecules called Monomers. Monomers then form a bond called a Polymer.
  • Thanks Frank I really needed this.
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