# Give a full answer for the given question: The covalent backbone of DNA and RNA consists of: ?

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Give a full answer for the given question: The covalent backbone of DNA and RNA consists of: ?

2021-02-26
The covalent backbone of DNA and RNA consists of ------ phosphorus and pentose sugar. The backbone of DNA , RNA is made of the phosphate group and a pentose sugar, can be Ribose In RNA, Deoxyribose in DNA. The backbone acts as the main structural framework to which the base pairs or nitrogenous base pairs are attached. In DNA, the strands are held together due to base pairing or Hydrogen-bonding between the complementary base pairs of the two strands. Correct answer alternating phosphate group and pentose residues ( sugar).

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