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2 November, 13:55

Which molecule is incorrectly matched with its monomer?

a. nucleic acids; nucleotide

b. protein; amino acid

c. starch; lipid

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  1. 2 November, 14:23
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    C. starch and lipid
  2. 2 November, 15:44
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    The answer to your question is c, starch; lipid.

    Explanation:

    a. nucleic acids; nucleotide This answer is not right because nucleic acids are composed by nucleotides then nucleotides are the monomers of nucleic acids.

    b. protein; amino acid. This question is not right because proteins are composed by aminoacids that means that aminoacids are monomers of proteins.

    c. starch; lipid. This question is right because starch is composed by monosaccharides so monosaccharides are monomers of starch not lipids.
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