biomolecule card sort: High School Biology

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Carbohydrate (4)
(polymer)
Protein (4)
(polymer)
Lipid (4)
(polymer)
Nucleic acid (4)
(polymer)
Monosaccharide
(monomer)
Fatty acids and Glycerol
(monomers)
Amino Acids
(monomer)
Nucleotides
(monomer)
Provides quick energy
Provides the most
energy
Regulates most cell
function
Make up the genetic
information of living
things
Hydrolysis
Dehydration synthesis
Combines monomers
into polymers by
removing water
Breaks polymers into
monomers by adding
water
Enzyme (3)
They are proteins
A catalyst (speed up reactions)
Lowers activation energy
Their names end in -ASE
Substrate (3)
The substance the
enzyme acts on
Catalyst
Activation Energy
The substance that
increases the rate of a
reaction
The minimum energy
needed to undergo a
chemical reaction
Inhibitor
Active Site
Substance that slows down or
stops a chemical reaction
The region of the enzyme that
binds to the substrate during a
chemical reaction
Product
What the enzyme creates
through the chemical reaction
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