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What is A monomer nucleic acid?
Are nucleotides monomers of proteins?
Are nucleotides monomers of RNA?
What are nucleotides made of?
What are the monomers called?
What is the monomer of proteins?
What are monomers made of?
Monomers and Polymers.
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Are nucleotides proteins?
What are the monomers of DNA and RNA?
- DNA and RNA are polymers (in the case of DNA, often very long polymers), and are made up of monomers known as nucleotides. …
- Each nucleotide in DNA contains one of four possible nitrogenous bases: adenine (A), guanine (G) cytosine (C), and thymine (T).
What is a monomer of RNA?
What are the monomers of DNA and RNA quizlet?
Is a nucleic acid DNA or RNA?
Where are nucleotides made?
What are the 3 parts of a nucleotide?
- Nitrogenous Base.
- Phosphate Group.
Where do nucleotides come from?
What are the 4 types of monomers?
What does monomer mean?
Is DNA a monomer or polymer?
What is the monomer of lipids?
What is the monomer of fats?
The base monomer for fats is the alcohol glycerol, which contains three carbons with hydroxyl groups combined with fatty acids. Fats yield twice as much energy as the simple sugar, glucose. For this reason fats serve as a kind of energy storage for animals.