Two nucleic acids are DNA and RNA. They stand for Dioxyribonucleic acids, and Ribo nucleic acids
polymers of nucleic acids
Nucleic acids are polymers of nucleotides.
Monomers of nucleic acids are nucleotides. Polymers of nucleic acids are RNA and DNA.
Nucleic acids are made of deoxyribonucleic acids. his is known as DNA.
They are the nucleotides . They make up nucleic acids
No. Amino acids are monomers of proteins and nucleic acids is a macromolecule.
The nucleic acids are found in DNA and RNA which are composed of nucleic acids.
No, nucleic acids are not enzymes. Nucleic acids are made up of nucleotides while enzymes are protein in nature.
No. Nucleic acids are the building blocks of protein. There are various types of nucleic acids that form proteins.
Nucleic acids make proteins.
the role of nucleic acids are DNA Molecule
DNA and RNA are nucleic acids.
Nucleic acids are found in DNA.
The monomers of nucleic acids are nucleotides.
CHO is not in nucleic acids...
No. Nucleic acids encode proteins.
Nucleic acids are components of DNA and RNA.
Nucleic acids are often associated with proteins, but are not actually composed of them. Nucleic acids are a class of macromolecules of their own.
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Nucleic Acids Research was created in 1974.
The job of nucleic acids is to assemble amino acids for making proteins.
RNA and DNA are nucleic acids because they are composed of chains of nucleotides, which make up nucleic acids.
If there is a lack of nucleic acids in your body, you are unable to reproduce. Nucleic acids form the basis for the passing on of DNA.
No, nucleic acids are not enzymes. Nucleic acids are made up of nucleotides where as enzymes are proteins, but all proteins are not enzymes.
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