DNA is a polymer made from four different monomers, called nucleotides. These join together in different combinations to make long strands. In a DNA molecule, two strands wrap around each other to form a double helix structure.
There are four different nucleotides:
Intermolecular forces between nucleotides on opposite strands hold the structure of DNA together.
Name the monomers found in DNA, starch and proteins.
Nucleotides are the monomers for DNA, glucose is the monomer for starch, and amino acids are the monomers for proteins.