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DNA and RNA are examples of
a) carbohydrates
b) proteins
c) nucleic acids
d) lipids

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 acid subunits are 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

Nucleotide subunits are used to build
a) polysaccharides
b) nucleic acids
c) proteins
d) lipids

The molecule found in cell membranes that help in cell identification is
a) cellulose
b) hemoglobin
c) insulin
d) glycoprotein

Hydrophobic macromolecule made mainly of carbon and hydrogen
a) protein
b) lipid
c) carbohydrate
d) nucleic acid

Macromolecule used for energy that shows a 1 to 2 to 1 ratio of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.
a) protein
b) nucleic acid
c) lipid
d) carbohydrate

Molecule with a polar head and hydrophobic tails used to make cell membranes
a) glycoprotein
b) cellulose
c) phospholipid
d) starch

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