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Biology: Chapter 102

Chapter 10.2 Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Nucleotide repeating subunits; consists of three parts: a five-carbon sugar, a phosphate group, and a nitrogenous base
Deoxyribose the five-carbon sugar in a DNA nucleotide
Nitrogenous Base contains nitrogen atoms and carbon atoms and is base
Purine nitrogenous bases that have a double ring of carbon and nitrogen atoms, such as adenine and guanine
Pyrimidine nitrogenous bases that have a single ring of carbon and nitrogen atoms, such as cytosine and thymine
Base-Pairing Rules in DNA, cytosine on one strand pairs with guanine on the opposite strand, and adenine pairs with thymine
Complementary Base Pair pairs of bases
Base Sequence the order of nitrogenous bases on a chain of DNA
Created by: truongm19