What happens to DNA strands during hybridization?
They bind together.
They split from each other.
They are degraded.
They are sliced into different sections.
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I'm thinking B
I am not 100% sure but I think option C is vague. Why do u think it's B though?
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I am sorry, I read the question wrong...
I thought they are asking what NOT happens..
Not what DOES happen. lol
Ok, so here is the thing. Hybridization is the process of combining two complementary single-stranded DNA or RNA molecules and allowing them to form a single double-stranded molecule through base pairing.
Its reverse process is splitting in which a double-stranded DNA (or RNA, or DNA/RNA) molecule can be heated to break the base pairing and separate the two strands.
So basically, in hybridization, two single strands of DNA bind together to form one double stranded DNA.