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A nucleotide is composed of the following molecules arranged in this order: a. Three amino acids covalently bonded in a series. b. Three fatty acids individually bonded to three different places on glycerol. c. A base bonded to a sugar bonded to a phosphate. d. mRNA bonded to tRNA bonded to an amino acid.

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    Take a look at this picture of a nucleotide: The picture shows us that a nucleotide has THREE parts: 1. Nitrogenous base 2. Sugar 3. Phosphate group

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