The Macromolecule is a large complex molecule, such as nucleic acid, proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids, which relatively large have larger molecular weight.
Some of the carbohydrates are in the form of sugars. These provide the potato a ready fuel source for the person eating it. The potatoes carbohydrate is in the form of fiber, including cellulose polymers that give structure to the potato cell walls.
Glucose is one of the common monosaccharide and an important source of energy. During cellular respiration, the energy is released from glucose and that energy is used to help make the ATP (adenosine triphosphate).
Glycogen is one of the common polysaccharide and it is the storage form of glucose in humans and vertebrates. Glycogen is made up of monomers of glucose. It is the animal equivalent of starch and is a highly branched molecule stored in liver and muscle cells.
The amino acid sequence of a polypeptide is intended by a unit of inheritance known as a gene. A gene subsists of DNA, a polymer known as a nucleic acid. There are two types of nucleic acid namely RNA and DNA.