Macro molecules part 1

Macro molecules part 1

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  • I messed up big time, Billy! I truly messed up! 
  • What? No, Billy! I don't understand macromolecules!
  • Wait, what happened? Did someone hurt you?
  • Are the fundamentals that life is built off of. There are four types lipids, protein, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids.
  • I am sorry Billy. I am sorry that I am not a butt kisser like you.
  • Okay, calm down. I will help. Macromolecules....
  • don't understand macromolecules? How?
  • Carbohydrates! Carbohydrates are the source of usable energy for cells. Carbohydrates play a major role in the plant cell structure.
  • Yes, there are four different types and all these four help us with our daily routines and makes sure our body stays on track. Here which one do you want to start with?
  • They ALSO are made up the elements of oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon just like lipids!!!
  • Yes! Carbohydrates help build use to become what we are today. Carbohydrates are made up of monosaccharides or one sugar. This can bond to make disaccharides. 
  • One macromolecule at a time!!!!
  • Billy, I didn't ask you to geek out on me. All I want are the functions, their elements, their monomers, and me getting an A on the test.
  • Carbohydrates are starches and sugars and we can do experiments to see which liquid or food is positive with carbohydrates!!!!
  • There are two types saturated fatty acids and unsaturated fatty acids. Lipids can make triglyceride and phospholipids.
  • Yes!!! Lipids give long-term energy storage, part of the cell's structure, make up natural steroids and insulation.
  • Here!!!  Lipids are made up of fatty acids. Th... 
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