The concept map is a type of graphical representation that helps students to make sense of difficult topics.
Biomolecules are the naturally occurring components of living organisms, and these organic compounds are essential and are produced by the cells of living organisms.
Let us learn more in detail about the classification of Biomolecules in this concept map.
Biomolecules are also called Biological macromolecules. There are four major biological macromolecules: lipids, proteins, carbohydrates and nucleic acids. These four biomolecules have their own individual chemical structure and their distinct functions within living organisms.
The Biomolecules Concept Map is a way to explore the relationships between these Biomolecules or Biological macromolecules. Therefore, students can identify the relationship between the four different biomolecules on the concept map.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Which of the following make up the majority of biomolecules present in a cell? (A) Lipids. (B) Proteins. (C) Carbohydrates. (D) Nucleic acids.
The correct answer is (B) Proteins.
Yes. Proteins make up most biomolecules present in a cell, followed by Nucleic acids, carbohydrates, and lipids.
Which of the following biomolecules plays a significant role in the cellular structure? (A) Lipids. (B) Proteins. (C) Carbohydrates. (D) Nucleic acids.
The correct answer is (A) Lipids.
Lipids are organic compounds, which form the structural framework and are the chief source of energy.
Define The Term Nucleic Acid.
Nucleic acids are essential biomolecules present in all living cells. The nucleic acid is composed of a phosphate group, sugar and nitrogenous bases.
DNA-Deoxyribonucleic acid and RNA- Ribonucleic acid are the two major types of Nucleic acids.