alternating deoxyribose sugar molecules and phosphate groups
Deoxyribose, which is a pentose, and a phosphate group. These two molecules together form the two sides of the DNA. A sugar (deoxyribose) and a phosphate.
The rails (sides) of the ladder are made of alternating sugar and phosphate molecules.
The DNA ladder is made of sugar and phosphates.
alternating deoxyribose molecules and phosphate groups
deoxyribose sugar and phosphate
The three components of DNA are phosphate, deoxyribose sugar, and nitrogen base. A DNA strand looks like a ladder. The "sides" of the ladder are made up by the phosphates and deoxyribose sugars the "steps" are the nitrogen bases.
PHOSPHATES AND SUGAR The two sides of DNA latter are made up of molecules of a sugar called deoxyribose alternating with molecules known as phosphates
No. The sides of the DNA molecule is made of alternating deoxyribose sugar molecules and phosphate groups.
The two sides of DNA latter are made up of molecules of a sugar called deoxyribose alternating with molecules known as phosphates PHOSPHATES AND SUGAR
In DNA, the actual nitrogenous base rings make up the "ladder" while the "sides" are made from alternating deoxyribose and phosphate groups.
Deoxyribose (sugar) and Phosphate
FALSE! ;; phosphate groups
The rungs are perpendicular to both sides
Phosphate molecules and deoxyribose sugar.
Each nucleotide has nitrogen sugar, a hydrogen bond, and on the sides a phosphate and a deoxyribose sugar
the sides of a double helix are composed of a chain alternating between a phosphate and a deoxyribose sugar.
Alternating deoxyribose and phosphate molecules
deoxyribose sugar and a phospahte
No, DNA is composed of: deoxyribose sugar phosphate backbone nucleotide
The Sides of this ladder equate to the Dna's Sugar-Phosphate Backbone; the Rungs of this ladder equate to the Hydrogen-bonding that takes place between base pairs.
DNA is made up of deoxyribose, phosphate, and nitrogen bases (adenine, thymine, cytosine, and guanine). The rungs of the ladder are made of two bases joined together with either two or three weak hydrogen bonds.
It refers to the DNA molecule that is shaped like a ''twisted ladder'' with the outsides (made of deoxyribose and phoshate) twisted.
Rungs are made up of - [nitrogenous bases] Railings are made up of - [deoxyribose and phosphate]
The backbone of the DNA molecule is made up of a sugar (deoxyribose) bonded to a phosphate group bonded to another sugar and then another phosphate and so on. These are very strong covalent bonds that are not easily broken.