Errors in Freeman (2002)

Fig. 3.6  General Structure of a Nucleotide.
Both uracil and thymine diagrams are wrong as the nitrogen in the #3 position should not be double bonded to the carbon in the #4 position.

Figure 3.17  Complementary Base Pairing
Part b, the left-most DNA strand, the 5' and 3' ends (bottom) are mis-labeled.

Figure 6.1 Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP).
Part a, the phosphate atoms should be joined by a single oxygen atom, not two oxygens, as indicated. This are properly known as phosphoanhydride bonds. This type of bond is properly illustrated on p. 115, Fig. 6.2, a drawing of the sstructures of NAD+ and NADH