1) The primary functions of nucleic acids are storage, transmission, and regulation of genetic information.
2) The primary functions of proteins in cells are long-term energy storage and formation of bones.
3) The primary function of carbohydrates is storage of information.
4) The primary function of lipids is to act as enzymes, catalyzing reactions in the cell.
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