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Biology, 18.10.2019 10:50, raquelwilliams5795

Which is a difference between proteins and carbohydrates and fats?
proteins are macromolecules; carbohydrates and fats are not.
proteins are composed of monomers; carbohydrates and fats are not.
carbohydrates and fats contain carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen; proteins do not.
excess carbohydrates and fats are stored; excess proteins are not.

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