bio1 - 1 a Name the monomers of which each of the following...

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1.  a. Name the monomers of which each of the following macromolecules are composed: polysaccharides polypeptides nucleic acids b. Name the type of linkage that connects each of the three types of monomers in part a.   a .          b . polysaccharides: monosaccharides glycosidic linkage proteins:      amino acids peptide bond nucleic acids: nucleotides phosphodiester bond 2.  a. Put these polysaccharides in order, from least branched to most branched. amylopectin glycogen amylose b. What is the general function of these polysaccharides? c. Which of these polysaccharides is/are found in animals? in plants? a. amylose, amylopectin, glycogen b. three forms of starch – used for energy storage c. amylose and amylopectin in plants; glycogen in animals 3.  Give the exact name of the linkage between monomers found in starch molecules and of 
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