yes as proteins are made of amino acids which contain an amine functional group (Nh2)
Yes they do.
oxyen hydrogen carbon and nitrogen
lipids do not contain proteins
All proteins contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen. Most of them also contain sulfur, which is found in the standard amino acid residues cysteine and methionine (any given protein might not contain either of these, though it would be unusual).
nitrogen gasammonianitratesnitrogen tri-iodideexplosivesamino acidsproteinsetc.
Elements are pure substances, consisting of atoms. They do not contain proteins. Proteins are molecules consisting of a chain of atoms.
all organic molecules contain carbon atomsCarbon, hydrogen and oxygen
Proteins contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen.
Hemoglobin is made up of heme and globular protein. The heme contains iron inside a ring of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen molecules. The protein chains are complex helical structures.
yes it does. and its made of amino acid
Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, and NITROGEN!!! Nitrogen is in all organic molecules because it is needed to complete an amino acid- also found in all organic molecules!!!