Structure, Polymer Formation, The Double Helix Of Dna
Nucleotides are the building blocks of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and ribonucleic acid (RNA). Individual nucleotide monomers (single units) are linked together to form polymers, or long chains. DNA chains store genetic information, while RNA chains perform a variety of roles integral to protein synthesis. Individual nucleotides also play important roles in cell metabolism.
- Nucleus - Distinctive Features, Chromosomal Territories, Interchromatin Compartment, Nucleolus, Subnuclear Bodies, Nuclear Envelope, Nuclear Pores
- Nucleases - The Nuclease Mechanism, Deoxyribonucleases In Dna Replication And Repair, Ribonucleases In Rna Maturation And Degradation
- Nucleotide - Structure
- Nucleotide - Polymer Formation
- Nucleotide - The Double Helix Of Dna
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