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Why are nucleaic acids proteins and other large biological molecules known as polymers?

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Nucleic acids, proteins and other large biological molecules are known ... Why join Brainly ... proteins and other large biological molecules are known as ...
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Biological polymers are large molecules composed of many smaller molecules linked together. Proteins and nucleic acids ... molecules are known ...
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Vocabulary words for Biology Chapter 3:Proteins, Carbohydrates, ... Polymers. a large molecule ... loss of activity of an enzyme or nucleic acid molecule ...
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Learn more about types of biological macromolecules ... the large molecules ... proteins, and nucleic acids are built from small molecular ...
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... nucleic acids, ... (proteins, nucleic acids and polysaccharides), ... Other sterol molecules include the hormones testosterone and estrogen.
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Nucleic acids are condensation polymers of nucleotides. ... Two other acids may be formed from phosphoric acid by ... building up nucleic acid molecules.
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