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Enzymes are usually
a) proteins
b) carbohydrates
c) lipids
d) nucleic acids

Glycogen, starch, and cellulose are examples of:
a) nucleic acids
b) lipids
c) proteins
d) polysaccharides

Amino acids are subunits used to build:
a) proteins
b) nucleic acids
c) carbohydrates
d) phospholipids

The polysaccharide used by animal cells to store glucose is
a) starch
b) cellulose
c) glycogen
d) phospholipid

Cell membranes are made up of
a) proteins
b) nucleic acids
c) lipids
d) sugars

Cell membranes contain ___________ tails
a) hydrophilic
b) hydrophobic
c) no

Macromolecule used for energy that has a 1:2:1 ratio of C:H:O
a) protein
b) lipid
c) carbohydrate
d) nucleic acid

a macromolecule is composed of smaller units called
a) polymers
b) monomers
c) sugars
d) proteins

Which of the following includes all of the others?
a) Sucrose
b) Glucose
c) Carbohydrates
d) Starch

What element must a compounds contain to be organic?
a) Nitrogen
b) Oxygen
c) Carbon
d) Hydrogen

Which macromolecule monomer contains amino- and carboxyl- group?
a) Lipids
b) Proteins
c) Carbohydrates
d) Nucleic acids

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