Next-Gen

DNA StrUCtruE

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Last updated 1 year ago

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Science
Subject:
Genetics
Grade:
8,9,10,11

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Base Pairing is the combinations of the pryamidines and purinesThey are the rules that say only A can pair with T and G can only pair with C

DNA Backbone And Covelant Bonding

Base Pairing

DNA Structure

Purines and Pyramidines are two nitrogenous bases that form the basic structure of DNA, Althought they have differencesPurines: The two molecules in purines are Adenine and Guanine, the two both have 2 rings in there nitrogen basesPyramidines: The two molecules of pyramidines are Thymine and Cytosine which both have only 1 ring

Purines vs Pyramidines

What is a nucleotide? A nucleotide is a nitrogenous molecule with a sugar backbone to hold the molecule together. The parts that make up a nucleotide is, an nitrogen containing base, a deoxyribose sugar and a phosphate group.

Nucleotide Structure

The backbone for the DNA is composed of the bonding of the doxyribose and a phospahte group, they bond and are what support the nitrogen containing base


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