they use it to breath
All living things use 20 amino acids to make proteins.
All living things use nitrogen to build amino acids, nucleic acids, and ATP.
There are 20 amino acids used to make proteins by all living things. There are a few additional amino acids that some archaebacteria use to make proteins that are not used by other living things. There are many more synthetic amino acids that can be made, but while synthetic proteins can be made with them no living thing uses these additional amino acids.
Yes, in the DNA
To make proteins.
The DNA code, common to all life, calls for 20 different amino acids. There are more amino acids than that found in living things, but experts vary as to the count.
All living things contain nucleic acids. So, "all of them".
There are 20 different amino acids that make up all the proteins found in living things.
The four classes of organic compounds found in all living things are: carbohydrates, proteins, fatty acids, and nucleic acids.
Properties of carbon are found in carbohydrates, amino acids, nucleic acids and fatty acids. These four carbon properties play major roles in all living things.
amino acids , carbohydrates, carboxylic acids, nucleic acids
They can produce biological acids.
All living things, and parts of them (such as, for example, the leaves of the tobacco plant) contain acids.
There are 20 naturally occurring amino acids found in living things.
1. Acids fom living things 2. Acid precipitation 3. Acids in groundwater Living things- When living things touch rock, some of the acids are transferred to the surface of the rock. Acid presipitation-Sometimes rain, sleet, or snow contains more acid than usual. Acids in groundwater-When ground water touches rock a reaction happens and it dissolves the rock which can cause caves.
All living things use energy
Carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids
All living things use oxygen by breathing :)!
all living things use energy
Nitrogen is required by living things to make proteins. This nitrogen is found in amino acids.
Nucleic acids are complex organic compounds found in all living organisms. DNA and RNA are nucleic acids that carry genetic instructions to pass information to next generations.