Role of nucleic acids in metabolism, Biology

ROLE OF NUCLEIC ACIDS -

  1. These are DNA / RNA. Unit is nucleotides.
  2. Present in viruses and all cells.
  3. DNA is concerned as genetic material.
  4. RNA as genetic material in plant viruses & few animal viruses. RNAs help in protein synthesis.
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