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what does the center of a dna strand exhibit

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Are there any answers or do you just want me to tell you what I know?
what do you mean "the centre"?
The center* is what he means.

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sorry, it auto corrected, what do you mean "center"?
It exhibits metabolic instructions the cell is told to do. It exhibits traits as well. I've taken a quiz on this before... If one of the answers are Hydrogen Bonding, that's your answer.
ohh like the in between the bases, as in between the helix
vague question is vague but you're right.
I'm right?
the hydrogen bonding part would be a correct answer, assuming that they mean center as in between the two strands.. if not, then no.
I wish he would have added a little more detail, maybe then I could understand better myself.
yeah, thats the problem with multiple choice answers.. which seem to flood this site.
http://biology.kenyon.edu/courses/biol63/watson_06.pdf

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