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Unformatted text preview: monomer a. Adenine and deoxyribose sugar for a nucleoside b. Nitrogenous base and ribose can form nucleoside as well. c. Nucleoside + phosphate group nucleotide. d. AMP-1 , ADP-2, ATP-3 (phosphates) 2. DNA + RNA a. DNA- double stranded with exception of some viruses i. deoxyribose b. RNA- single stranded i. Ribose Purine-2 adenine, guanine o 2 rings Biology Lecture September 28, 2007 Pyrimidines-3 cytosine, thymine, uracil o One rine 1. Sugar and phosphate backbone a. Hydrogen bonds- easy splitting b. Nitrogenous base positive end and negative end 2. Equidistant- Watson and Crick a. Purine bonds to a pyrimidine b. Genetic code specific units of inheritance c. 5prime to 3prime nucleotides attach...
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