The synthesis of both types of nucleic acid are independent of each other.
We have found substantial evidence which demonstrates that there is no interconversion of the two types of nucleic acid.
Yeast is rich in nucleic acid, but this has not found any special applications.
Adenine and guanine are constituents of all nucleic acids (see below) and, hence, are found in all plant and animal tissues.
Of the four basic components on the right, thymine occurs in the nucleic acid from the thymus gland.
Solutions of nucleic acids are optically active, probably because of the carbohydrate constituents.