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Biology Cell Class Project

Macromolecules: Polysaccharides, Nucleic Acid, Proteins, and Lipids

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A-Semipermeable Membranes
B-Enzymes
C- Cells and Viruses
D- Molecular Biology
E- E.R. and Golgo Appartus
F- Photosynthesis
G- Mitochondria
H- Macromolecules
I- Chemiosmotic gradients
J- Shape and Forms of Eukaryotic Cells
Bibliography

Students know most macromolecules in cells and organisms are synthesized from a small collection of simple precursors

Macromolecules
Macromolecules are made up of differernt precursors which are building blocks.
 

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Lipids- A mixed group of hydrophobic compounds composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
Phospholipids,Triglycerides, Terpenes, Waxes, and Steriods
starch, DNA, RNA, waxes, cellulose
Polysaccharides- carbohydrates
strach, amylose, amylopectin, glycogen, cellulose
Phospolipids, DNA, Terpenes, Steriods, Triglycerides
Nucleic Acids-complex biomolecule that stores cellular information in a code
DNA, RNA, nucleotides, Deoxyribose, Nicleotide, Phosphate
Carboyhydrates, fructose, lactose, glucose, starch
Proteins- made up of amino acids
hormones, cartilage, filaments, antibodies, and enzymes
Fructose, glucose, ribose, lactose, and waxes

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