By Amber Barron, Third period

Why are macromolecules important to learn?

A macromolecule is a large molecule typically composed of thousands or more atoms. They are classified as proteins, carbohydrates, and Lipids; which your body needs to do important things.
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Nucleic Acids

The monomer of nucleic acids are nucleotides. Nucleic acids create proteins. Examples include: DNA, RNA, and ATP. Nucleic acids are found in the nucleus of every cell.