Data Table Section 2-3

Data Table Section 2-3 - Helps you store fat soluble...

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Amir Jabbari 10/6/08 Period 2 Macromolecules Subunits (monomers) Examples Polysaccharide Lipids 1.Glycerol 2.Fatty Acids Proteins Functions in Living Organisms 1. Carbohydrates 2. Monosaccarides 3.Sugars (glucose) 1.Storage of excess sugar in animals called glycogen. 2. Storage of excess sugar in plants called plant starch. 3.Plants also make cellulose which give plants its outer strength and rigidity. 1.Starch= A long chain of glucoses. 2.Cellulose(plant walls) 3.Glycogen(sugar storage) 4.Plant Starch(sugar storage) 1. Energy Reserve 2.Insulation & Cushioning 3.Skin Lubricator 4.
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Unformatted text preview: Helps you store fat soluble vitamins (A,D,E,K) 5.Food (in the seed) for developing plant embryo. 5.Insect repellent or attractant. 1.3 Fatty Acids 2.Glyceral 3.Saturated Fats 4. Unsaturated Fats 1. Amino Acids 2.Saccharides 3. Nucleotides 1. Body Structure (skin, hair, nails, tendons, ligaments etc. 2. Enzymes (help boost chemical reactions) 3.Storage (for nourishment of offspring) 4. Transport 1.Keratin(hair) 2.Collagen(skin) 3.Elastin(skin) 4.Hemoglobin & 5.Myoglobin(carry O2 in cell membranes) 6.Myosin & 7. Actin(in muscles, flagella)...
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