Ribonucleic-acid



or ribose nucleic acid
[rahy-boh-noo-klee-ik, -kley-, -nyoo-, rahy-] /ˈraɪ boʊ nuˈkli ɪk, -ˈkleɪ-, -nyu-, ˌraɪ-/
noun, Biochemistry.
1.
RNA.
ribonucleic acid
/ˌraɪbəʊnjuːˈkliːɪk; -ˈkleɪ-/
noun
1.
the full name of RNA

ribonucleic acid ri·bo·nu·cle·ic acid (rī’bō-nōō-klē’ĭk, -klā’-, -nyōō-)
n.
RNA.
ribonucleic acid
(rī’bō-n-klē’ĭk)
See RNA.
ribonucleic acid [(reye-boh-nooh-klee-ik)]

See RNA.

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