The nucleotides

The nucleotides are organic compounds which are composed of three jointed structures: a nitrogenized base, a sugar, and a group of phosphate. The most common nucleotides can be divided into two groups (of purins and pyrimidins) based on the structure of the nitrogenized base. Jointed sugar is ribose or deoxyribose.

The nucleotides are the structural units of the ARN and the DNA. They are also used as important cofacteurs in cellular indication and the metabolism. These cofacteurs include CoA, dinucl�otide ad�nine of flavin, mononucl�otide of flavin, adenosine triphosphate and phosphate of dinucl�otide of the ad�nine nicotinamide.

An organic compound is any member of a big class of the chemical compounds whose molecules contain carbon. For historical reasons discussed below, some types of composed such as carbonates, simple oxides of carbon and cyanides, as well as the allotropic shapes of carbon, are considered inorganic. Organic division between and inorganic compounds carbon while useful by organizing the vast subject of chemistry. is somewhat arbitrary .

The organic chemistry is the science concerned with all the aspects of the organic compounds. The organic synthesis is the methodology of their preparation.


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