How Many Different Kinds of Monomers Are There in Proteins?


To find the answer to the question of how many different kinds of monomers are proteins, we turn to our biology, physics, and health science books. It has been determined that there are 20 different common amino acids and these are the monomers that form a protein. Monomers are the atoms and or small molecules that come together to form the polymers. The are four general monomers and they are nucleotides, amino acids, fatty acids, and monosaccharides.
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There are 20 (common) amino acids. These are the monomers which form proteins.
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There are twenty monomers in protein (known as the amino acids) Is there
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