It's time to start learning about all the monomers that make up large biomolecules, and the first one to learn about is the amino acid in this lesson!
Everyone has heard of proteins, but what are they on the molecular level? In this chemistry lesson, learn how proteins are polymers of amino acids.
What are enzymes? Why, they're nature's little factory workers. Learn how they chop up certain things and build up others in this chemistry lesson.
Everyone knows about carbohydrates and sugars! In this chemistry, learn about the linear and cyclic forms of monosaccharides (aka carbs and sugars).
Now that you know about simple sugars, learn about how these polymerize to form long polysaccharide chains like cellulose, starch, and glycogen.
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