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What are protein molecules made up of?
amino acids
What are carbohydrates made up of?
monosaccharides
What is another name for carbohydrates?
polysaccharides
What are lipids made up of?
fatty acids
What are nucleic acids made up of?
nucleotides
Which two macromolecules use nitrogen?
protein and nucleic acids
What is DNA's "little helper"?
RNA
What are some examples of carbohydrates?
starch, cellulose, etc.
What do enzymes do?
run chemical reactions in your body
Name the four macromolecules.
protein, carbohydrates, lipids (fats), nucleic acids
Besides on your toosh, where do lipids go?
cell membrane (phospho'lipid' bylayer)
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