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


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


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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