By: Bayli Tilley

Why are Macromolecules Important to Learn?

Macromolecules are nucleic acids, carbohydrates, and proteins. They are important to life because they give us energy.

Nucleic Acid

The nucleic acids monomers are nucleotides. The polymers of nucleic acids are DNA and RNA. The purpose of nucleic acids in your body is to contain your genetic code. The special characteristics of lipids are they contain your DNA which makes who you are.