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Please label the terms or descriptions in the chart to assess your knowledge of the levels of the four main families of biochemicals (macromolecules). NOTE: Please roll over the empty answer boxes and use the pop-up hints to help you complete this question correctly. Exhibit 1°, 2°, 3° or Composed of nucleotides Starch Enzymes Lipids 4° structure Glucose Steroids Nucleic Acids Phospholipids Carbhohydrates Proteins Composed of amino acids DNA Triglycerides Monosaccharides RNA Disaccharides Waxes Polysaccharides Cholesterol Please move the correct terms into their corresponding empty boxes within the figure to complete the concept map. Membranes Glycerol are made of Carboxyl Alcohol Phospholipids are made of are made of Proteins Amino acids Phosphate Hydrogen R NH C Fatty Acids


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  • Q: What are the four main families of biochemicals? A: The four main families of biochemicals are carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids.
  • Q: Which macromolecule is composed of nucleotides? A: Nucleic acids are composed of nucleotides.
  • Q: Which macromolecule is composed of amino acids? A: Proteins are composed of amino acids.
  • Q: Which macromolecule includes Starch, Glucose, and Polysaccharides? A: Carbohydrates include Starch, Glucose, and Polysaccharides.
  • Q: Which macromolecule includes Steroids, Triglycerides, and Cholesterol? A: Lipids include Steroids, Triglycerides, and Cholesterol.
  • Q: Which macromolecule includes DNA, RNA, and Nucleotides? A: Nucleic acids include DNA, RNA, and Nucleotides.