Nucleic acid occurs in

Nucleic Acid Occurs In Biology Question

Nucleic acid occurs in


(a) Golgi body
(b) lysosomes
(c) cytoplasm
(d) mitochondria and chloroplast

Correct Answer:

mitochondria and chloroplast


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