Nitrogen

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An [[Element|element]]&nbsp;represented in the periodic table by the symbol N, of [[Atomic number|atomic number]] 7 and [[Atomic mass|atomic mass]]&nbsp;14.00674. It is a major component of [[Proteins|proteins]].<br>  
 
An [[Element|element]]&nbsp;represented in the periodic table by the symbol N, of [[Atomic number|atomic number]] 7 and [[Atomic mass|atomic mass]]&nbsp;14.00674. It is a major component of [[Proteins|proteins]].<br>  
  
[[DNA]]&nbsp;bases (G,C,A,T) have a nitrogen-carbon ring structure, which are known as nitrogenous bases <ref>Hames, D et al. (2005) Biochemistry, 3rd ed.UK Taylor and Francis p173</ref>.<br>  
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[[DNA]]&nbsp;bases (G,C,A,T) have a nitrogen-carbon ring structure, which are known as nitrogenous bases<ref>Hames, D et al. (2005) Biochemistry, 3rd ed.UK Taylor and Francis p173</ref>.<br>  
  
 
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Revision as of 10:03, 3 December 2018

An element represented in the periodic table by the symbol N, of atomic number 7 and atomic mass 14.00674. It is a major component of proteins.

DNA bases (G,C,A,T) have a nitrogen-carbon ring structure, which are known as nitrogenous bases[1].

References

  1. Hames, D et al. (2005) Biochemistry, 3rd ed.UK Taylor and Francis p173

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