Pasta

& it's Macromolecule's

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Macromolecules and it's Percentage

- Lipids, Protein, Carbohydrates, and Nucleic Acids are in pasta

- The Percentage of it is 80%

Lipids Description

Lipids are a group of naturally occurring molecules that include wax, Fats, Vitamins such as D, E and A, and plenty more.

Protein Description

Proteins are massive Biological Molecules

Carbohydrates Description

Carbohydrates a large biological molecule, or known as a macromolecule. It consists of Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen atoms.

Nucleic Acid Description

Nucleic Acids a polymeric macromolecules, or also known as a large biological molecule, which is needed and an essential for all known forms of life.

Why Carbohydrates Are Important

The carbohydrates in pasta are known as complex carbohydrates. Complex carbohydrates contain starch, whereas simple carbohydrates contain sugar. Without the carbohydrate there would be no starch and without no starch you don't have pasta.

References

Wikipedia

biology.iupui.edu
livestrong.com