Macromolecules
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1. Building blocks (monomers) of carbohydrates
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2. The building blocks of fat include fatty acids and _?_
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3. Building blocks (monomers) of nucleic acids
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4. Cellular cytoplasm is primarily composed of this substance
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5. The single most important fuel source for body cells
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6. Hydrophobic (not soluble in water)
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7. Contain C, H, and O in the ratio CH2O
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8. Contain C, H, and O, but have relatively small amounts of oxygen
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9. These building blocks contain N in addition to C, H, and O, and include nucleotides and _?_
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10. Contain P in addition to C, H, O, and N
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11. Used to insulate the body and found in all cell membranes
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12. Primary components of meat and cheese
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13. Primary components of bread and Jolly Ranchers candies
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14. Primary components of egg yolk, margarine, and butter
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15. Includes collagen and hemoglobin
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16. Class that usually includes cholesterol
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17. Example(s) of fibrous (structural) proteins
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18. Example(s) of globular (functional) proteins
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19. Biological catalyst
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20. Plant glucose storage carbohydrate
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21. Animal glucose storage carbohydrate; stored in human the liver and muscles
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22. The "stuff" of the genes and its helper
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23. Steriods
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24. Double sugars, or disaccharides
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25. Single sugars, or monosaccharides include
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