korosh23
  • korosh23
T=A & C=G Why? Why can these nitrogenous bases match with their own partner, but not others?
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butterflydreamer
  • butterflydreamer
Hint: This is to do with complementary base pairing. Cytosine can form 3 hydrogen bonds with Guanine Adenine can form 2 hydrogen bonds with Thymine. Or simply, C bonds with G and A bond with T. It's called complementary base pairing because each base can only bond with a specific base partner AND the structures complement each other (kinda similar to a lock and key). C will only bond with G and A will only bond with T in DNA.
SyedMohammed98
  • SyedMohammed98
agreed :)
korosh23
  • korosh23
Thank you @butterflydreamer

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you're welcomeeee :)))!

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