4 years ago in National Biology Competition 2016

Which statement accurately describes essential amino acids?

[A] They are the only amino acids required for life.
[B] They are the only amino acids to contain sulphur (sulfur).
[C] They can only be obtained by eating meat.
[D] They are the only amino acids required in protein synthesis.
[E] They cannot be manufactured by an organism's body.
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Ashish Pillai
Ashish Pillai - 4 months ago

Ashish Pillai is saying They cannot be manufactured by an organism’s body. is correct answer

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s from Kannur, India is saying They are the only amino acids required for life. is correct answer

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Reez - 4 months ago

Reez is saying They are the only amino acids required for life. is correct answer

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Yamaha - 4 months ago

Yamaha is saying They are the only amino acids to contain sulphur (sulfur). is correct answer

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Pranav AS - 9 months ago

Pranav AS from Trivandrum, India is saying They are the only amino acids required for life. is correct answer

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