Macromolecules in the Cell

Macromolecules in the Cell
Macromolecules in the Cell
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The NGSS standards require that students have a good understanding of where biomolecules come from and where they go in the human body once they have been digested. I wanted to make a worksheet that shows students where we can find the 4 types of macromolecules within the cell. This way, they can see that when they eat carbs, for example, they are broken down into monomers and can enter the blood stream and ultimately, the cell, where they can see them entering the mitochondria and see them on the cell membrane as an identification for the cell.
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Macromolecules in the Cell
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