Updated April 24, 2017. By Liz Veloz. Triglycerides are macromolecules called lipids, better known as fats or oils. Triglycerides are named for the monomer components they contain. “Tri” means three, and triglycerides are built from monomers of three fatty acids bonded to a glycerol. 31. Proteins monomer is _____ 32. How many amino acids are there and how do we get them? _____ __ 33. Draw a basic amino acid. 34. What part of the amino acid makes it different? Label it in your diagram above.
The monomers are called monosaccharides, two monomers are called disaccharides, and more than two monomers are called polysaccharides. the simple sugar units or monomers of carbohydrates are linked together through an oxygen bridge generally known as the glycosidic linkage or bond.