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anonymous

  • one year ago

what is the relationship between proteins and nucleic acids?

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  1. insa
    • one year ago
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    proteins and nucleic acids don't look alike but both are made up of mostly carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen, the elements are arranged in different ways.The major relationship between the two has to do with protein production- DNA contains the information that a cell uses, with the help of RNA, to make protein.

  2. anwaarullah
    • one year ago
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    do you know their elements? building blocks,functions, etc you better read out the book again .

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