Biological Molecules

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hi i have a question about biological molecules iv hit a brick wall and not sure what to write any help would be appreciated asap. thanks in advance.Q:
Research some organic reactions that take place in the living system in and around us. Explain why it is important that we are aware of and understand these reactions.
Extra info: Choose at least 3 different types of biological molecules which have at least 2 functional groups. Argue a case for why studying simple molecules is relevant to the study of the larger biological molecules you have identified. Arguing why studying simple organic chemistry is relevant to the study of biological molecules.
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You haven't hit a brick wall, you've not even started.

Have you typed in to google "organic reactions that take place in nature"?
Do you remember things like photosynthesis, DNA replication and aerobic respiration?
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