Regan Beagle, 1st hour

Why are Macromolecules Important to Learn?

Macromolecules is a molecule that contains a very large number of atoms, such as proteins or nucleic acids. Macromolecules are important to learn because macromolecules are used in the everyday life because they are instead your body when you eat carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and/or nucleic acids.

Nucleic Acid

The natural monomers and polymers for nucleic acid is all the same (DNA). Nucleic acid function in the body are the two largest molecules found in the body, the two a major groups are RNA and DNA. An example of nucleic acid is DNA.
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