Name that macro molecule
Proteins
Nucleic Acids/Lipids
MISC
If you dare

100

Extra energy reservoir and controls water movement
What is Lipids

100

Building blocks of proteins are?
What is amino acids

100

Monomer of Lipids?
What is fatty acids

100

Enzyme fits into a
What is substrate

100

Explain the different meanings of the word organic?
What is organic in a scientific terms means, made with CARBON. Ecological terms organic means NOT made with insecticides, pesticides, antibiotics, fed natural food

200

Monomers are amino acids, what is the polymer?
What are proteins

200

List and describe the 2 proteins that make up the cell membrane?
What is Transmembrane proteins that transfer large molecules across the cell membrane and peripheral proteins which are just located on the outside of the cell, function is cell to cell recognition

200

What is the component of a nucleotide
What is 5 carbon sugar, Phosphate and Nitrogenous Base

200

What are the monomers of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids
What is monosaccarides, amino acids, fatty acids, and nucleotides

200

List 2 polysaccarides found in plants
What is starch and cellulose

300

Function of this macromolecule is to provide the framework or scaffolding of the cell
What is proteins

300

List and describe the 3 structures of proteins?
What is Primary (linerar), Secondary (twisted ladder), Teritiary (coils and pleats)

300

How do lipids help the cell membrane?
What is a phospholipid contains 2 fatty acid tails which are hydrophobic and prevent water from freely passing through the membrane

300

Name 3 polysaccarides
What is Cellulose, Glycogen, Starch

300

Phospholipid is made up of?
What is Phosphate head that is polar or hydrophylic Fatty acid tails which are non-polar or hydrophobic

400

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Nitrogen make up this macromolecule?
What is a protein

400

Amino acids are held together by ?
What is Peptide bonds

400

List the 3 types of proteins and give an example of each
What is Structural, Carrier and regulator cytoskeleton, transmembrane, enzymes

400

An attribute of all proteins, is denaturization...explain this process
What is when proteins or enzymes are exposed to high temperature or extreme chemicals these extreme situations permanently change the proteins function, it no longer works properly

400

Function of Enzymes
What is they speed up chemical reactions, act as a catalyst, provide the activation energy needed to jump start a reaction

500

Monomer of nucleic acids are?
What is Nucleotides

500

Why conditions do enzymes need in order to be effective?
What is they need certain temperature, PH, enzyme-substrate concentration

500

What is the function of DNA and RNA
What is DNA holds our genetic material and RNA helps to make/synthesize proteins

500

Give an example of how enzymes need proper condition in order to be effective
What is stomach enzymes work best at a ph of 1, whereas the small intestines enzymes work best at a ph of 6-7

500

List the 4 macromolecules and list their function in the body
What is Carbs-energy, support, cell to cell recognition Proteins: structure of cells Lipids: extra energy resource, water control Nucleic Acids: Holds our genetic information and helps with the production of proteins