Problem: The presence of a 2'-OH group indicates that the pentose sugar in a nucleotide is ______ while the absence of a 2'-OH group indicates the sugar in the nucleotide is _____.

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The pentose sugars in nucleotides can only be ribose or deoxyribose.

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The presence of a 2'-OH group indicates that the pentose sugar in a nucleotide is ______ while the absence of a 2'-OH group indicates the sugar in the nucleotide is _____.

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