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No, lipids are fatty acids and carbohydrates are sugars. These are both chemically distinct from nucleic acids.


The two types of nucleic acids are DNA and RNA. They are nucleic acids because both DNA and RNA are made of nucleotides. Nucleic acids are one of the 4 types of macromolecules in the body (the others are proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates).


Carbohydrates and nucleic acids are both important types of chemicals associated with living organisms. They are based on the chemistry of the carbon atom and therefore are classified as organic chemicals.


RNA and DNA are types of nucleic acids.



Nucleic acids. The membrane contains mostly lipids. Other molecules acting as receptors contain both protein and carbohydrates. so the only macromolecule missing is nucleic acids.


The monomers of nucleic acids are called nucleotides. There are only two types of nucleic acid: RNA and DNA. Both nucleotides contain a ribose sugar, a phosphate, and a nitrogenous base.


They are both Nucleic Acids.


Protein and nucleic acid are both composed of amino acids. Completely wrong! Only proteins are composed of amino acids. They have nothing in common, even their chirality is opposite (proteins are levo while nucleic acids are dextro).


Both DNA and RNA are polymers of Nucleic Acids


Yes they have nucleic acids. They have both DNA and RNA


No. Nucleic acids are extremely large, complex molecules that exist in all living cells and control heredity. Glucose and glyogen are both carbohydrates. Glucose is a monosaccharide sugar, C6H12O6, and glyogen, C6H12O5, is derived from glucose.


Proteins and nucleic acids are different molecules. Amino acids are building block of proteins whereas nucleic acids are composed of nucleotides. The elements in both are carbon, hydrogen, oxygen , nitrogen, phosphorus and sulfur.


Nucleic acid are huge biological molecules which can be found in living cells. Both DNA and RNA are nucleic acids. These acids are made from nucleotides. .


They are both chains of monomers. Nucleic acids, DNA and RNA, are made up of monomers called nucleotides. Proteins are made up of amino acids.



Nucleic acids are created from nucleotides in the cell. These nucleic acids, both RNA and DNA, are pieced together via enzymes called polymerases.


No, they are nucleic acids.




Yes, viruses are primarily made up of either DNA or RNA both of which are nucleic acids.


A polymer is a long chain molecule built of repeating units. Nucleic acids are chains of nucleotides. Proteins are chains of amino acids.



They are both nucleic acids.




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