Published On Feb 11, 2016
This video, as stated in the description, focuses on general functions of biomolecules. The biomolecules: carbs, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids, can all can have important functions in the body. However, this video is *not* giving human dietary guidelines and should *not* be used in any attempt to do so. *This is a video about the biomolecules. For your dietary needs, consult with a dietitian or medical doctor.*
Table of Contents:
0:40 What is a monomer?
5:15 Nucleic Acids
6:44 Biomolecule Structure
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