Role of protein in metabolism, Biology

ROLE OF PROTEIN -

  • Main organic component of body. Unit is amino acid. Polymer of amino acids.
  • Amino acids combine to each other by peptide bond.
  • Formation of bone, teeth, blood, cartilage & muscle. As enzymes, vitamin, hormones.
  • Body building blocks.
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