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Week 7 Journal Questions . Monday Q: Which type of questions did you have problems with, on Friday’s test? A: . Table of Contents . Table of Contents . Notes: Macromolecules . What are macromolecules?. “big” molecules inside of cells Formed through polymerization

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Week 7 journal questions

Week 7 Journal Questions

Monday

Q: Which type of questions did you have problems with, on Friday’s test?

A: .


Table of contents

Table of Contents


Table of contents1

Table of Contents


Notes macromolecules

Notes: Macromolecules


What are macromolecules

What are macromolecules?

  • “big” molecules inside of cells

  • Formed through polymerization

  • Smaller units, or monomer, join to make polymers.


  • What are macromolecules1

    What are macromolecules?

    • Monomer

      • Mono = one; mer = part

      • Precursor, small building block


    What are macromolecules2

    What are macromolecules?

    • Polymer

      • Poly = many; mer = part.

      • Large molecule consisting of many smaller sub-units bonded together.


    Monomer polymer examples

    Monomer/Polymer Examples

    Monomer

    Brick

    Bead

    Polymer

    Brick Wall

    Bead

    Necklace

    Come up with some examples of monomers and polymers and write down in your NB


    Quick write 2 3 sentences

    Quick Write: (2-3 sentences)

    How are monomers and polymers related?


    4 important macromolecules in living things

    4 important macromolecules in living things:

    • Carbohydrates = sugars

    • Lipids = fats, oils, and waxes

    • nucleic acids = DNA, RNA

    • Proteins = meat


    Week 7 journal questions

    Get a color pencil and box anything relating to macromolecule.


    4 important macromolecules in living things1

    4 important macromolecules in living things:

    • Carbohydrates = sugars

    • Lipids = fats, oils, and waxes

    • nucleic acids = DNA, RNA

    • Proteins = meat


    Exit ticket answer on the bottom of today s notes

    Exit TicketAnswer on the bottom of today’s notes

    • Today’s essential question is:

      • What are macromolecules and why are they important for cells?

    • 2 things I learned in today’s class to answer the essential question are:

    • One question I still have is:


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