Marco-molecules #1


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This for my science project due on miercoles.

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  • I don't understand macromolecules!!!!!!
  • What do you not understand? Did you take time to truly listen to the teacher?
  • Well, I didn't listen all the way. But it is not my fault, that she is teaching in such a boring way.
  • Why aren't you suppose to be listening to me, right now? Anyway just answer the darn question!!!!
  • Well, sounds more like your fault than the teachers. 
  • Do you mind just helping me, now? What are the 4 types of macromolecules? What are their...?
  • Okay, calm down. There are carbohydrates, lipids, protein, and nucleic acids. Here let's go in and I will explain.
  • So, what are the similarities with the macromolecules?
  • Here let's go walking, so I can show the many beautys in life.
  •  Macromolecules work together to help the body go about in its daily activity.
  • Wait! Carbohydrates give sources of energy for cells and play a major role for plant cell structure.
  • Carbonhydrates' elements are carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. The carbohydrates are also made up of monomers. These monomers are monosaccharide. 
  • Yes, like the trees, carbohydrates are needed for our life to run smoothly.
  • Okay, so lipids are made out of fatty acids?
  • Yes, lipids are made up of fatty acids. There two types, unsaturated and saturated.Lipids help us with long-term energy and playing a major role in the plant's structure.
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