Question: In a DNA molecule, the base pairs provide information, and the
sugar-phosphate backbone does not,…


In a DNA molecule, the base pairs provide information, and the
sugar-phosphate backbone does not, because

a) the base pairs are all the same, but the sugar-phosphate
backbone varies.

b)there are eight types of base pairs.

c)the bases form a sequence, and the sugar-phosphate backbone
does not.

d)the sugar-phosphate backbone is highly unstable.

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