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All food does contain nucleic acid, as that is the basis of DNA, which is in all living things.

Yes. Any food made from something that was once alive will contain nucleic acids.

The food we eat comes from living things. All living things are composed of cells which contain the nucleic acids DNA and RNA to control the cell's activities by controlling protein synthesis.

Any food that has a high protein content contains nucleic acids. The answers given below are good, but you can also find nucleic acids in fish, eggs, milk, yogurt, milk, soy beans, root vegetables..DNA is made of nucleic acids, and since every living this has DNA, and since most things that you eat were living at one point, almost everything that you eat has nucleic acids.

Example of acids=Food that have sour taste usally contain acids

Any food has nucleic acid, because all living things contain nucleic acid. The only way a food wouldn't have nucleic acid is if you eat something weird, like plastic, as my biology teacher says.

food example it's a genetic information in the form of a code.

from food. Mainly by cleaving proteins and nucleic acids from food.

They are the four classes of biological molecules that all contain carbon. Carbohydrates include starches, sugars, cellulose, simple, and complex carbohydrates. Lipids include fats/oils, steroids, and waxes, which are functions too. Proteins include meat, nuts, dairy, eggs, and legumes. Nucleic acids include DNA and RNA, which are the polymers of nucleic acids. Carbohydrates are a major source of food energy and stored energy. Lipids----->

They contain weak acids that are not hazardous to people.

Oil is itself a food substance .

Food substances and water

Eggs, if you are talking about food.

proteins contain all the essential amino acids. beans also contain amino acids but not all the essential amino acids

Probably most foods will contain at least traces of nucleic acids. The ones that will contain the most are where you are eating cells directly such as meat (animal cells), vegatables/grain/fruit (plant cells), cheese/yoghurt(baterial cells). Most food stuffs are contaminated with bacteria at least at some stage in their processing, even after they have been cooked and the bacteria killed the nuceic acids are still detectable. There are some foods which are cleaned of DNA such as those processed using genetically modified organisms, examples might include certain beers and sugar.

mushrooms, cauliflower, carrots...any food that was living. (root vegetables, fruits, animals etc.)

Yes, all organic substances contain carbon

well it contains carborhydrates ( carborhydrease)

fish, eggs, milk, yogurt, tofu, soy milk, soy beans, root vegetables

The human body makes its own proteins but why humans eat meat is so that they can have the nucleic acids and protein within the cells of the meat. Animals cannot make nucleic acids, they either have to consume them or live with what they have.

Lysosomes are membrane-enclosed strucutres (organelles) in cells that contain digestive enzymes. Damaged components from the cell or food particles engulfed by the cell are delivered to the lysosomes, where they are digested into fundamental building components such as carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids, and nucleic acids to be used by the cell. They also help make proteins for the cel.

The factor that most directly controls the rate at which food is broken down to release energy between (A) enzymes, (B) hormones, (C) nucleic acids or (D) vitamins is (A) enzymes.

Certain substances required in the basic human: diet certain amino acids and unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins, essential minerals, etc.

A few short answers are:Vinegar, Coca-Cola, and lemon juiceA longer answer is:Acids are very common substances. Some can be very strong and others are very weak. Many types of food products contain weak acids because they naturally exist in them. For example, oranges contain citric acid. Vitamin C is another type of acid called ascorbic acid. One of the types of acid that you find in fizzy drinks is carbonic acid, which is produced by dissolving carbon dioxide in water.Many industrial cleaning products also contain acids, such as muriatic acid (also called hydrochloric acid).

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