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The sugar that is found in DNA is called Deoxyribose

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Sugar molecules in DNA are called deoxyribose.:D

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The sugar in a DNA molecule (2-deoxyribose) forms the backbone of the double helical molecule. The nucleotides that form the code of the DNA are attached to the sugar backbone.

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It is a 5 carbon sugar. Called ribose

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Deoxyribose.

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Deoxyribose

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deoxyribose

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Deoxyribose

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