In this macromolecule worksheet students identify the elements, monomer, function and complete a sketch of each macromolecule.
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For STUDENTS : This worksheet organizes macromolecules by their monomers, structures, functions and examples so that students may have the material they need to to meet the standard: SC.9.12.L.18.1: Describe the basic molecular structures and primary functions of the four major categories of biological macromolecules.
Side 2 is a processing worksheet where the information provided on the front is re-emphasized on the back.
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4 I can teach others about the structure , function , and examples of macromolecules. I can teach about monomers and polymers . 3 I can classify macromolecule according to their structure and function. I can give examples of each type of macromolecule. I can describe the difference between monomers and polymers. 2 I can describe macromolecule and their structure and function. I can give one example of each type of macromolecule. I can define monomers and polymers. 1 With help, I can describe macromolecule and their structure and function. I can give an example of each type of macromolecule. 0 I do not understand macromolecule or their structure and function. I cannot give an example of each type of macromolecule.
TASK ONE – INTRO TO BIOMOLECULES AKA MACROMOLECULES Use he link o a ch he Biomolec les ideo from he Amoeba Sis ers As o a ch ans er he follo ing q es ions Full URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YO244P1e9QM Tiny URL: http://tinyurl.com/jjf644z
1. What is your favorite food? Varies 2. What is food a source of? Large Molecules called Biomolecules
3. What is a monomer ? Building blocks or parts that make up a substance or molecules
4. What are biomolecules: building components of life
5. Carbohydrates are a very important source of short-term energy
6. The monomers of carbohydrates are called Monosaccharides
7. Lipids are also known as fats
8. What are the two building blocks of lipids? Fatty acids & glycerol
9. What are three functions of lipids? Insulation, long-term energy, and make up cell membranes
10. After you run out of carbohydrate energy, where does your body get more energy? Lipids
11. What are the monomers of proteins ? Amino acids
12. What are three functions of proteins? Muscle development, immune system, enzymes
13. What are enzymes made of? Proteins
14. What do genes code for Proteins
15. What are two examples of nucleic acids? DNA & RNA
16. What do DNA and RNA code for? Code for Proteins
17. What is the monomer of nucleic acids? Nucleotides
18. Write out the Elements Found in the Following Macromolecules: a) Carbohydrates (CHO) Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen b) Lipids (CHO) Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen c) Protein (CHON) Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen d) Nucleic Acids (CHONP) Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, & Phosphorus
©Science Is Real TASK TWO – MACROMOLECULES Use he link o comple e he Molec les of Life CPALMS Tutorial. As you complete the tutorial, answer the following questions. Full URL: http://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewResourceStudentTutorial/Preview/111955 Tiny URL: http://tinyurl.com/zvla6qb
Opening Slide Tab 19. What are the four predominant elements in biology ? Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Hydrogen
Molecules Tab 20. A train is comparable to a macromolecule A train car is comparable to a molecule
21. What are the building blocks of macromolecules? Monomers
22. When monomers are linked together, the resulting molecule is called a polymer
Mono means one Pol means many A monomer is a single molecule A polymer is a link of many molecules In biological systems a polymer is called a macromolecule
24. A train car is to a train, as a monomer is to a polymer an a molecule is to a macromolecule
25. What are the four main classes of macromolecules? 1) Carbon 2) Lipids 3) Proteins 4) Amino Acids
Carbohydrates Tab 26. What are two important functions of carbohydrates? Source of fuel for cells and building cell material
27. What type of complex carbohydrate is cellulose and what is its role in plant cells? Cellulose is a starch that gives the plant cell strength and rigidity.
28. What is another name for a complex carbohydrate? Polysaccharides
29. Where do we get all of our simple and complex carbohydrates from? Plants
30. Copy the answers to the practice questions within the activity below: a) Carbohydrate: Main source of energy for living systems b) Monosaccharide : Simple sugar such as glucose that makes up a carbohydrate c) Polysaccharide : Complex carbohydrate formed from monosaccharides
Lipids Tab 31. What are three functions of lipids: make up cell membranes, make up hormones, and store energy
32. Lipids are oily. Do they mix with water? NO
Proteins Tab 33. What are proteins made from? Amino acids What cell organelle makes proteins? Ribosomes
34. Complete the following protein table. Protein Types Function Enzymes Act as catalysts
Storage Proteins Source of amino acids
Defensive Proteins/Antibodies Protect against disease
Hormonal Proteins Regulates organism activities
Receptor Proteins Regulates chemical stimuli at cell
Contractile and Motor Proteins Cellular Movement
Structural Proteins Cellular or organismal support
Transport Proteins Transport substances around body or in/out of cells
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