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Collagen and Keratin are examples of this protein
Found in the nucleus
Formed by glycerol unit and joined by three fatty acids
Basic unit of carbohydrate molecules
Composed of two fatty acids
Do not create new molecules; are weak
Known as an alkaline
Negative charge
Large molecules made of amino acids
Positive charge
PH Below 7
Fats and Oils
Made of phosphate units and nitorgen base
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Neutral charge
Enzymes are an example of this protein and participate in chemical process
Bonds that hold together amino acids
Used as cells master code for assembling proteins
Water removed from molecules so they can be strung together in a larger unit
Used to help create hormones
Completes energy level makes and atom more stable
Cell membranes are made of this
Forms when an atom gains or loses electrons in its outer level
Water is added to units of a larger molecule to break it apart
Have gained electrons
Made of many monosaccaride units; example Glycogen in liver
Have lost electrons

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