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FIGURE 38–1. Basic structure of nucleic acids.

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FIGURE 38–1. Basic structure of nucleic acids.Nucleotides are three-part structures composed of a nitrogen-containing base, a five-carbon sugar, and a phosphate group. Chains of nucleic acid are formed by phosphate bonds between the 5' and 3' carbons of alternating nucleotide sugar molecules.

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