What are the heterocyclic nitrogenous bases isolated by the hydrolysis of nucleic acids?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 29th May, 2014, 05:50: PM
The heterocyclic nitrogenous bases isolated by the hydrolysis of nucleic acids are the Purines and the Pyrimidines.
Answered by | 29th May, 2014, 07:50: PM
- Write any three difference between DNA and RNA.
- What is the replication process in DNA?
- What are the components of nucleic acid?
- How a nucleoside differs from nucleotide?
- What are the commonly occurring Pyrimidine bases in nucleic acids?
- What are the Pyrimidine bases in RNA?
- What are the Pyrimidine bases in DNA?
- What are the types of RNA?
- Which process leads to the synthesis of RNA?
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