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It studies DNA, itscomposition,organization, how it isstructured in genes,which is the basic unit ofgenetic information andchromosomes.ClassicalorMendeliangeneticsQuantitativegeneticsBiomoleculeStructures
Práctica de ejerciciosCarbohydratesLipidsProteins
Práctica de ejerciciosNucleicThe importance of carbon as a chemical element inplanet’s life.The chemical properties that carbon contains is what allows a hugeamount of atoms which facilitates the creation of molecules nomatter how complex they are. It is an element that can formchemical compounds that others together could not. An idealelement for its union in molecules that create life.Carbon is the gasoline of life, without a doubt. The human bodycontains 18% carbon and in all the organic life in the earth containscarbon.There is carbon dioxide, which is a gas found in the atmosphere,which regulates the Earth's heat and prevents it from escaping.Many scientifics are based on finding life on other planets in themiddle of the carbon that is in that place.This element is present in the cellular response in the middle of theenergy released in the glucose within the body. In the samephotosynthesis can be found. In general, anywhere in our world,carob is indispensable and vital.Nucleotides