anonymous
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WILL MEDAL AND FANN!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE HELP!! How does the nucleotides and hydrogen bonds affect the structure of DNA??????
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please help!!

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Emma.Davenport
  • Emma.Davenport
do u want me to just give you the answer? or will links that will help lead to the answer be ok?
anonymous
  • anonymous
the answer please :)
Emma.Davenport
  • Emma.Davenport
Deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA, is a polymer of nucleotides linked together by specific bonds known as phosphodiester bridges.......A number factors are responsible for the stability of the DNA double helix structure, among them hydrogen bonds. Internal and external hydrogen bonds stabilize the DNA molecule. The two strands of DNA stay together by H bonds that occur between complementary nucleotide base pairs. Two hydrogen bonds occur between the adenosine and the thymine base pairs, and between the cytosine and the guanine there are three.
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  • anonymous
thank you sooooo much!! :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
one question tho did you copy this from a cite?
Emma.Davenport
  • Emma.Davenport
yepp haha if u need the link this is it: http://www.brighthub.com/science/genetics/articles/23384.aspx
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lol ok thanks again :)

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