Explain the bases and sugars associated with DNA?
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The structure of DNA base pairs.

Remember A to T and C to G

For DNA

when Adenine is on one side of the strand Thymine on the other
When Cytosine is on one side, Guanine is on the other

A---->T
C--->G

The Deoxyribose sugars and phosphate molecules make up the framework on the outside that holds everything together.

hope that helps

 

by Level 3 User (8.5k points)
Sorry, but I've been studying all day and I'm kind of tired. So I might not fully get what you mean.

Bases - Adenine, thymine, guanine, cytosine.

 

Sugars - deoxyribose.
by Level 2 User (2.9k points)

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