How is the diversity of properties of biopolymers that are part of living organisms achieved?

Polymers are called large molecules of organic substances, which consist of repeating units – monomers. Biopolymers are, in turn, polymers that are formed in the cells of living organisms. Biopolymers include polysaccharides (monomers – monosaccharides), proteins (monomers – amino acids) and nucleic acids (monomers – nucleotides). With a small variety of monomers, the variety of properties of polymers is determined by their number in the composition of the molecule and the order of the compound.

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