Which is the correct pair of complementary nitrogenous bases in DNA?

Which is the correct pair of complementary nitrogenous bases in DNA?

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2. it could be double stranded DNA molecule or a ladder that is twisted.‍♀️ and I think 1. is covalent and hydrogen.

(dont worry I searched them up on google)

A ) adenine and thymine

Explanation:

DNA has two types of nitrogenous bases: purines and pyrimidines. Adenine and guanine are purines while cytosine and thymine are pyrimidines.  

A purine always pairs with a pyrimidine. Hence, adenine in DNA pairs with thymine while guanine pairs with cytosine. This is done to maintain the constant width of the double helix throughout the length.  

b

Explanation:

Each nucleotide base can hydrogen-bond with a specific partner base in a process known as complementary base pairing: Cytosine forms three hydrogen bonds with guanine, and adenine forms two hydrogen bonds with thymine. These hydrogen-bonded nitrogenous bases are often referred to as base pairs.

Explanation:

strands of phosphate sugar backbone with complementary nitrogenous base pairs bound into a double helix

Adenine and thymine pair up. Just remember ATCG in that order, showing that adenine and thymine pair up, and so do cytosine and guanine
Answer - A
Adenine pairs up with thymine, and cytosine pairs up with guanine.
It would be the first option. Adenine and thymine.
The first one is correct. A always pairs with T, and C always pairs with G
They form hydrogen bonds between opposing dna which forms the twister ladder of dna

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