Which describes the correct pairing of DNA bases?
A. C with C, and G with G O B. C with T, and G with A O c. C with A, and G with T O D. C with G, and A with T
It is D.
Because Cytosine pairs with Guanine, and Adenine pairs with thymine.
C with G
G with C
A with T
T with A
In dsDNA the bases in the two strands are paired through hydrogen bonds forming base pairs (bp). Adenine forms two H-bonds with thymine from opposite strand and vice-versa. Similarly, guanine is bonded with cytosine with three H-bonds. As a result, always a purine comes opposite to a pyrimidine.
A - T & G - C
a and t
g and c
are the best pairing of DNA bases
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C with G, and A with T
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C: A with T and C with G
DNA has four bases and A always pairs with T while C always pairs with G.
D). T with A, and C with G
Explanation: DNA is a nucleic acid found in the nucleus of a cell. It contains all the genetic information of the cell. Nucleic acids are made up of three parts: the nitrogenous base, the ribose sugar and phosphate group. DNA contains deoxyribose sugar. The bases found in nucleic acids are of two types: the pyrimidine and purine bases. The pyrimidine bases are Cytosine, Thymine and Uracil. The purine bases are Adenine and Guanine. In DNA, only two pyrimidine bases can be found: Cytosine and Thymine. In DNA base pairing, Thymine (T) pairs with Adenine (A) while Cytosine (C) pairs with Guanine (G).
D. C with G, and A with T
The correct answer would be A.T with A, and C with G
It can be explained with the help of complementary base pairing.
In DNA, thymine (T) always forms a base pair with adenine (A) and cytosine (C) always base pairs with guanine (G) .
There are two hydrogen bonds present in between A and T and three hydrogen bonds in between G and C.