What is the backbone of sugar molecules
A sugar-phosphate backbone (alternating grey-dark grey) joins together nucleotides in a DNA sequence. The sugar-phosphatebackbone forms the structural framework of nucleic acids, includingDNA and RNA. This backbone is composed of alternating sugar and phosphate groups, and defines directionality of the molecule.
This backbone is composed of alternatingsugar and phosphate groups, and defines directionality of the molecules