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What is the subunit/monomer of nucleic acids?

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The monomer (subunit) of nucleic acids are A (Adenine), T (Thymine), C (Cytosine), G (Guanine) and U (Uracil). These subunits are called nucleotide and are divided in 3 parts namely ribose or deoxyribose, PHOSPHATE group and organic NITROGEN. You can learn more at http://scc.scdsb.edu.on.ca/Students/onlinecourses/Sikora/sbi3c/nucleic%20acids.pdf.

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basically nucleotides, can either be ribo or deoxyribo nucleotides,, and then they have these types on the basis of base attached,, adenine thymine cytosine and guanine for Deoxyribo nucleic acids and adenine uracil cytosine and guanine for ribonucleic acids

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