Is there anyone know what's difference between macromolecules and supramolecules?
Macromolecules are covalently bonded monomers, like starch being made of multiple glucose subunits. Supramolecules are large structures that aren't necessarily covalently bonded together. Numerous proteins are composed of non-covalently bonded individual polypeptide chains. Hemoglobin, for example, is made of 4 globin proteins that are connected by hydrogen bonds and other non-covalent interactions.
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