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ORGANIC MOLECULES Fill in the blanks. 1. A nucleotide is made up of a ________, a ___________, and a __________. 2. The sugar in DNA is ____________________. 3. The sugar in RNA is ____________________. 4. The primary structure of a protein is created by the ____________________. 5. Two kinds of secondary structure in proteins are _______________ and _______________. 6. When a protein loses its shape it is called __________________. 7. If a protein loses its shape it will lose its ________________. 8. Organic compounds always contain ________________ atoms. 9. The simplest of organic compounds are __________________. 10. In an organic molecule the groups of atoms that participate in chemical reaction are called ______________________. 11. Monomers are linked by __________________ reaction to form polymers. 12. Polymers are broken down into monomers by _____________________.
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Unformatted text preview: 13. _____________ is the storage polysaccharide for animals, while _______________ is the storage polysaccharide for plants. In animals, _______________ is the polysaccharide that provides structure, while in plants it is _____________________. 14. A fatty acid that contains double bonds between carbon atoms is called a(n) ___________________ fatty acid. 15. The bonds between amino acids in a protein are known as ______________ bonds. Name two examples of monosaccharides, disaccharides and polysaccharides. Name four important functions of fat in the body. Name four functions that proteins perform in the body. Complete the table of organic compounds: Class Monomer Polymer Examples Carbohydrates Lipids Proteins Nucleic acids...
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