The Structure and Function of Macromolecules. I. Polymers. What is a polymer? Poly = many; mer = part. A polymer is a large molecule consisting of many smaller sub-units bonded together. What is a monomer? A monomer is a sub-unit of a polymer. A. Making and Breaking Polymers.
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Pentose = 5 carbons
Hexose = 6 carbons
Sucrose = glucose + fructose
Lactose = glucose + galactose
Unsaturated fatty acid
can self replicate
makes up genes which code for proteins
is passed from one generation to another
functions in actual synthesis of proteins coded for by DNA
is made from the DNA template molecule
Deoxyribose in DNA
Ribose in RNA