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drink

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Which of the following statements about DNA, RNA, and phosphoric acid are not correct?
◦ Phosphoric acid has three dissociable OH groups that can react with alcohols to form phosphoesters.
◦ The two substituted pyrimidines in DNA are cytosine and thymine.
◦ Across the DNA helix, purine bases hydrogen bond only to other purine bases.
◦ both B and C
◦ none of the above


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Marked as best answer by drink on Nov 6, 2019

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drink

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Reply 2 on: Nov 6, 2019
Thanks for the timely response, appreciate it


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Reply 3 on: Yesterday
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