What type of bond connects two complementary nucleotides?
DNA is a double helix and is made of two complementary strands of nucleotides. Each nucleotide pairs with its complementary partner to form the double strand, and the strand twists into a helix shape.
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The bond that connects two complementary nucleotides is a hydrogen bond. Hydrogen bonds are formed between atoms with partial charges called dipoles....
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The discovery of DNA is the foundation of all research in molecular biology. Learn the facts about the discovery of DNA, its structure, and the function of DNA in heredity.