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Which polymers carry the information for cell growth and reproduction from one generation to the next? A. proteins B. starches C. lipids D. nucleic acids
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User: Which polymers carry the information for cell growth and reproduction from one generation to the next? A. proteins B. starches C. lipids D. nucleic acids

Weegy: C. lipids
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User: SPONCH is a word that can help us remember elements that are A. not needed in living things. B. most prevalent in living things. C. found in inorganic molecules. D. ionically bonded.

Weegy: B. most prevalent in living things
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User: Which polymers provide plants with their genetic traits? A. proteins B. lipids C. nucleic acids D. starches

Weegy: DNA and RNA are: D. nucleic acids.
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User: DNA and RNA are A. proteins. B. lipids. C. starches. D. nucleic acids.

Weegy: DNA and RNA are: D. nucleic acids.
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User: Which of the following polymers provides protection in the plasma membrane? A. proteins B. lipids C. starches D. nucleic acids

Weegy: B. lipids.
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User: A disaccharide is two ________ bonded together. A. polysaccharides B. monosaccharides C. lipids D. membranes

Weegy: B. monosaccharides
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User: What kind of bond is formed when one atoms "steals" an electron from another atom? A. covalent B. ionic C. hydrogen D. ATP

User: Enzymes function as A. monosaccharides. B. lipids. C. nucleic acids. D. catalysts.

Weegy: Sir/Madam the answer is letter "d. carbohydrate" explination: Monosaccharide is a type of sugar which is type of carbohydrate.
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User: Enzymes are affected by both pH and A. temperature. B. catalysts. C. nucleic acids. D. bonding.





Weegy: A. temperature
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