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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of nucleic

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of nucleic:

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  1. we have to go through all of the other macromolecules. In other words nucleic acids, like DNA and
  2. a nitrogenous base. Why are nucleic acids important? Well they carry genetic material
  3. macromolecules. Remember nucleic acids, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates. So the first ones are
  4. thing we haven't talked about is the sidedness or the directionality of nucleic acids. So
  5. essentially a glycerol nucleic acid backbone.
  6. threose nucleic acid;
  7. so this is the glycerol nucleic acid backbone.
  8. phosphoramidate-linked nucleic acids,
  9. the threose nucleic acid (TNA) and the morpholino backbone,
  10. an LNA template (LNA stands for locked nucleic acid,
  11. So here is the threose nucleic acid backbone,
  12. Proteins can bind to each other and to other macromolecules like nucleic acids
  13. protect the nucleic acid, but no lipid bilayer, such as
  14. the salt of the deoxyribose nucleic acid. So they start right off with the we.
  15. nucleic acids you use a monophosphate to do so.
  16. nucleic acid; the basis is two deoxyribose which is missing and OH. We will see how important
  17. We will go on to nucleic acid structures in our next class followed by bioenergetic and
  18. to cleave ribo nucleic acid. We are talking about deoxy ribo nucleic nucleases which are
  19. going to cleave deoxy ribo nucleic acid. There are two types of nucleases. The two types
  20. Haitang: How about the nucleic acid? Was the nucleic acid test done yesterday