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Why is the building of proteins so important?
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What are building blocks of matter of life-proteins?
How many amino acids can a person produce?
Why is protein so important?
proteins are the building blocks for the human body. They are important for the muscles and they are made up of amino acids. Proteins usually improve the texture of the food. They are important for the normal functioning of the body and the deficiency of protein leads to scale formation on the skin, hair fall and it is important to improve the immune system of the huna body.
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What job do proteins and amino acids do in the body?
Asked in Biology, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry
What are the subunits or building blocks of proteins?
What is a non cellular particle made up of protein?
Asked in Biology, Macromolecules
What is a biologically important macromolecule?
Asked in Health, Animal Life
Why is DNA translation important?
DNA translation is very important because as a separate entity DNA has no function. The reason DNA is so important is because it is translated into proteins which the body can use to build larger structures. DNA is simply a template for these proteins. They are the instructions of the body but in order for the instructions to be important you have to have the means of executing the instructions and building the final product, a protein.