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Biology Project

Home | About the Four Macromolecules | The Components of Each Macromolecule | Properties of Each Macromolecule | Examples of Each type of Marcromolecule found in Nature | The Structural Formula of each type of Macromolecule | Conclusion

Properties of Each Macromolecule

Nucleic Acid:Stores and transmits hereditary or gennetic Information.

Carbbohydrates: Carb's help break down sugars such as glucose. This allows energy for the cells.

Lipids: Used to store energy. Some lipids are important parts of boilogical membranes and waterproof

Proteins: Some control the rate of reaction and control cell processes. Others are used to form bones and mucsles. Also some help or fight deseases.