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What gives proteins its unique properties?Choose three protein examples and describe its functions.1.2.3.Describe the structure of an amino acid. What part of the amino acid makes each one unique?What is the function of catalysts, like enzymes? Why are temperature and pH important to enzymes? What are 2 examples of things that can inhibit the way that an enzyme works?
What can happen to an enzyme that will cause it to no longer function properly? Nucleic AcidsWhat are nucleic acids?What are the 2 main types of nucleic acids?1.2.What does DNA contain and where is it found?Why is RNA important?What does a chain of nucleotides bonded together form?What are the three main components nucleotides?1.2.3.Describe a DNA molecule and its shape.Why are DNA and RNA important?Name of MacromoleculeCarbohydratesLipidsProteinsNucleic AcidsMonomer(name of base unit)PropertiesFunctions(what it does)Examples
Sample Questions: The building blocks of a carbohydrate are:A.A.Fatty acidsB.B.NucleotidesC.C.MonosaccharidesD.D.Amino acidsLipids are very diverse in regards to function. Which of the following is NOT a function of a lipid?