on the outside of the DNA strand is the phosphate and sugar, only the sugar are connected across to the other half with the A&T and C&G
small, two part structures in cells that make protiens
In you ladder analogy it would be the rungs. About half is each rung is one base (the other half being is pair obviously)
Each strand is made up of a chain of nucleotides.The two strands are held together by hydrogen bonds between adenine and thymine and between guanine and cytosine. The hydrogen bonds of DNA are analogous to the rungs of a twisted ladder. The sugar-phosphate backbones of the double helix are analogous to the sides of a twisted ladder.
The vomer forms the nasal septum.
DNA (standing for DeoxyriboNucleic Acid)
The deoxyribose is an essential pentose in DNA. It forms part of the ladder together with phosphate group.
it is cell membrane
The sugar used in the DNA ladder is deoxyribose. It is a five-carbon sugar that forms part of the DNA backbone and is essential for the stability and structure of the DNA molecule.
Keratin forms hair , skin , nails in human body . It also forms horn , hooves in cattle , all these structures are part of exoskeleton .
The outer part of a frog is comprised of the skin, which protect the frog and helps keep it moist.
The word ladder is a noun. The plural form is ladders.
because lever is a part of simple machine that makes a ladder have a screw between the both sides of ladder.
The point at which the optic nerve enters the eye and forms part of the retina, it can viewed via the pupil with specialist equipment.