Is a nucleic acid a carbohydrate?
No, a nucleic acid is a nucleic acid. Nucleic acids are a class of macromolecules of their own.
Nucleic acid-Nucleotide Protein-Amino Acid Carbohydrate-Monosaccharide
is steroid a carbohydrate, protein lipid or nucleic acid
It is a nucleic acid.
RNA is a nucleic acid
It is a nucleic acid. DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic acid.
RNA stands for Ribonucleic acid, so its a nucleic acid.
No, starch is a carbohydrate.
Carbohydrate! gly = sugar
salt is a carbohydrate i think
Sucrose(Table Sugar) is a carbohydrate...
Protein Carbohydrate Fatty Acid Nucleic Acid
DNA is considered a type of nucleic acid. These acids are polymeric macromolecules that are required for life. RNA, is another type of nucleic acid.
Starch is an example of biological macromolecule carbohydrate. Nucleic acid is another type of macromolecule different from carbohydrates.
Insulin is a protein.
Monosaccharides are carbohydrates.
carbohydrate, lipid, protein and nucleic acid
skin is a layer of dead cells.
There are no amino acids in desoxy ribo nucleic acid: its is (desoxy)-ribose (carbohydrate) and nucleic acid not amino!
Polysaccharide. They're polymeric carbohydrate molecules, blah blah blah. I won't bore you with more.
Carbohydrate lipid protein nucleic acid
Carbohydrate, Fat, Protien, & Nucleic Acid:) Your Welcome, Fellos.
Starch is a carbohydrate made up of one monomer, which is glucose. Nucleic acids are proteins, which are composed of four monomers.
What are estrogens and testosterone classified as a protein carbohydrate lipid nucleic acid or starch?
hormones (peptides = protein)
Glycerol exist in all triglycerides - a class of lipids.
polymers are a type of carbohydrate, but DNA is a type of nucleic acid and polypeptides are proteins
ice is water molecules and is inorganic.
Deoxypentose nucleic acid is a former term for deoxyribose nucleic acid. It is the same.
What type of macromolecule performs the following functions energy storage structure Is it a carbohydrate protein lipid or nucleic acid?
Carbohydrates and Lipids
It's a carbohydrate, as it is a polymer of glucose molecules, which contain carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.
The Four Macromolecules include Carbohydrate, Lipids, Nucleic acid, and Protein.
Glycogen is a protein (hormone) like insulin (differs in function), produced in pancreas.
The four biopolymer macromolecules are nucleic acids, proteins, carbohydrates and lipids. An example of a protein is myoglobin. Glucose is a carbohydrate, butter is an example of fat and DNA is a nucleic acid.
A nucleic acid.
An example of a nucleic acid is
Deoxyribose nucleic acid (DNA) and ribonucleic acid (RNA) are examples of nucleic acids.
because Deoxy Nucleic Acid and Ribo Nucleic Acid are made of Nucleic acid (DNA and RNA)
wax is not carbohydrate! i am doing a project on animal cells and need a representative for the endoplasmic reticulum which makes proteins there for i chose waxy sticks but my material needs to match the definition it makes proteins so i searched up if wax makes proteins i came across NO answer until.......I came across this one here on ask and i have to say she/he is quite right and even if you search… Read More
De Oxy Nucleic acid(DNA) and ribo nucleic acid(RNA) are the two types of nucleic acid seen
The subunit of a nucleic acid are nucleotides.
No. A nucleic acid is a subunit of a [the] polymer.
Yes, RNA is a nucleic acid.
No, DNA is a nucleic acid
No, adenine is a component of nucleic acids, but isn't a nucleic acid itself.
No, sugar is not a nucleic acid. But all nucleic acids contain sugars.