The Structure and Function of Large Biological Molecules

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amino acid fat nitrogenous base quaternary structure
amino group fatty acid nucleic acid R group
bilayer fructose nucleoside ribonucleic acid
carbohydrate gene nucleotide ribosome
carbon skeleton glucose oligosaccharide RNA
carbonyl glycerol pentose sugar saccharide
carboxyl group glycogen peptide bond saturated fat
catalyst glycosidic linkage phosphate group secondary structure
cellulose hydrocarbon phospholipid side chain
chitin hydrolysis polymer single bond
cholesterol hydrophilic polynucleotide starch
condensation reaction hydrophobic polypeptide steroid
conformation hydroxyl group polysaccharide substrate
dehydration reaction lipid polyunsaturated fat sucrose
denaturation macromolecule primary structure sugar
deoxyribonucleic acid maltose protein tertiary structure
DNA micelle protein synthesis triacylglycerol
double bond monomer purine triglyceride
ester linkage monosaccharide pyrimidine unsaturated fat