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Select all that apply. Which of the following chemicals are proteins? antibodies starch polysaccharides enzymes nucleic acids User: An enzyme is a large carbohydratepolysaccharidenucleic acidprotein molecule.
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An enzyme is a large protein molecule.

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An enzyme is a large carbohydratepolysaccharidenucleic acidprotein molecule.
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Which of the following contain the genetic code?
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NUCLEIC ACIDS contain the genetic code.
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