What are Macromolecules?
Macromolecules are large molecules (which are the smallest unit of something). For example a water molecule is the smallest substance that is still water. The four main macromolecules in a cell (the cell needs them to keep functioning properly and keep it alive) are Nucleic acids, Proteins, Carbohydrates, and Lipids. In these parts we will be covering the components of macromolecules and answering questions. Macromolecules are made when elements join together to make a macromolecules.
What are Proteins?
Proteins are a nutrients found in food. Proteins build, maintain, and replace tissue. Tissue is a family of cells that live very close together, and work hard to do the same job in your body. Your muscles, organs, and your immune system are made mostly up of proteins. The best sources of proteins are beef, poultry, fish,eggs, dairy products, nuts, seeds, and legumes like black beans and lentils.
Qué son las macromoléculas?
Las macromoléculas son moléc…