a) Hydrogen bonds b) N-glycosidic bonds c) Phosphoester bond

a) Hydrogen bonds b) N-glycosidic bonds c) Phosphoester bonds d) Phosphodiester bonds e) Van… Show more Match: a) Hydrogen bonds b) N-glycosidic bonds c) Phosphoester bonds d) Phosphodiester bonds e) Van der Waals forces 1) These form whenever (deoxy)nucloesides are converted to (deoxy)nucleotides 2) These are (necessarily) present in both nucleosides and nucelotides 3) In a DNA or RNA chain, these covalent forces hold adjacent (deoxy)nucleotides together 4) These are presnt in RNA molecules that have secondary structure, but absent in RNAs that lacks it 5) These accounts for ” base stacking” intereactions. • Show less

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