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TAGGCAG. It would NOT be UAGGCAG because in DNA there isn't uracil (U).

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If A C G T C T G are the bases of one strand what would the bases on the other strand be?

If the other strand is DNA strand then it is T G C A G A C. If it is RNA then it is U G C A G A C.


Why are the two strands of the double helix described as complementry?

Well, because the sequence of bases on one strand determines the sequence of bases on the other strand.


How do the bases on one DNA strand match up with the bases on the other DNA strand?

the two sides are held together in the middle by hydrogen bonds


If the sequence of bases on one side if DNA is atccgtc what is the sequence on its other side?

TAGGCAG, since Adenine pairs with Thymine and Cytosine pairs with Guanine. For Example if it was AGTCATGAC it would be TCAGTACTG. Hope this helped you.



If the DNA strand is attgcgtcaattacgcta what would the mRNA strand be after transcription?

The mRNA is formed by complementary base pairing. In DNA an A in one strand always pairs with a T in the other. Similarly a G in one strand always pairs with a C in the other. When mRNA is formed, U (uracil) replaces T. So if the first four bases in the DNA strand are ATTG... the first four bases in the mRNA strand will be UAAC... You can work out the rest yourself!


What bond holds the nitrogenous bases together in the DNA molecule?

The bases from one strand form hydrogen bonds with the bases on the other strand. Adenine forms two H-bonds with thymine. Cytosine forms three H-bonds with guanine.


What is the complementary base pairing?

The complementary means that if you know the sequence of bases in one strand, you'll know the sequence of bases in the other strand. For example, if the base sequence of bases in one DNA strand is A-C-T, the base sequence in the complementary strand will be T-G-A, as shown here http://www.ric.edu/faculty/jmontvilo109graphicsdnaandrnadnastructure.gifit is urasil for RNA. It is adenine for DNACORRECTION.It is uracil for RNA, thymine for DNA.


What is the complimentary strand of bases for strand with the bases TACGTT?

If TACGTT is read 5'-TACGTT-3' then the complimentary strand will read 5'-AACGTA-3'. Since the template strand is traditionally written in the 5' to 3' direction then the complimentary strand, written in the same manner, would be AACGTA not ATGCAA. The four bases, adenine(A), thyamine(T), cytosin(C), and guanine(G) bond together in pairs. A - T, and C - G. They do not pair with any other base unless in the case of RNA, when thyamine is replaced with uracil.


List the nitrogen bases in DNA?

List the nitrogen bases in dna?what happens to chromosomes during the stage of the cell cycle in which the nucleus divides.include the terms prophase, metaphase,anaphase and telophase.one section of a strand of DNA has the base sequence on the other strand?


Would the amount of cytosine and guanine be equal to each other in a RNA molecule?

The amounts of cytosine and guanine will not necessarily be equal to each other in a molecule of RNA. The concentration of cytosine (C) is equal to that of guanine (G) in molecules of DNA because DNA is a double helix. All the nitrogenous bases in one strand of DNA are paired with their complementary base in the other strand. As C and G are complementary bases, every time you find a C in one strand, the other strand will contain a G at the same location. Likewise, every time you find a G in one strand, the other will have a C. Therefore, the concentration of cytosine in a molecule of DNA will be exactly equal to that of guanine, assuming that there are no mismatch errors. RNA, however, is a single-stranded molecule. The bases in RNA are not paired with each other, so even between a set of complementary bases, there is no requirement that the concentrations be identical.


How is DNA copied and made into a mRNA?

The DNA molecule is split into two strands by the enzyme helicase. One strand is the sense strand and the other is the anti-sense strand. Then mRNA nucleotides pair with their complimentary DNA bases on the antisense strand. The enzyme RNA polymerase causes the mRNA nucleotides to bond with one another, forming a strand of mRNA.


Can a single DNA strand bond with another single DNA strand?

Yes this is true :) - This happens if the two strands of DNA have organic bases complimentary to one another - E.g if one strand has the Base code - TAACGATC the other strand would have the Base code - ATTGCTAG - this is because the bases pair up as so - Adenine&& Thymine and Cytosine and Guanine - this is bcause these organic bases are complimentary due to the molecular structures allowing certain number of hydrogen bonds to form between these bases - A & T have two hyrdrogen bonds and C& G have three :D xx


What is the difference between the new DNA strands to the original strands?

The new strands have new complementary bases on one side and the other is made of the original strand. A strand of DNA has two strands that are complementary to each other in a double helix. When it gets copied one side is used as a template for the new side being added on, the bases cytosine and guanine match up and the bases adenine and thymine match up to each other. For example: If the original DNA strand has this order: 3' G-A-T-A-A-C-C 5' then the new complementary strand has: 5' C-T-A-T-T-G-G 3'



How is dna made into mRNA?

DNA is not made into mRNA, it is transcribed by mRNA. The DNA molecule is split into two strands by the enzyme helicase. One strand is the sense strand and the other is the anti-sense strand. Then mRNA nucleotides pair with their complimentary DNA bases on the antisense strand. The enzyme RNA polymerase causes the mRNA nucleotides to bond with one another, forming a strand of mRNA.



What would the complementary strand of DNA?

Given one strand in a DNA double helix, the complimentary strand is the other strand of that helix.


How does each nucleotide differ?

All nucleotides have a 5-carbon sugar, a phosphate group, and a nitrogenous base. The bases are the differences. There are four bases in DNA: adenine, thymine, cytocine, and guanine. In RNA, the base Uracil replaces thymine. Adenine on one strand will always pair with a thymine on the other, and vice versa, while a cytosine on one strand will always pair with a guanine on the other strand. In RNA adenine will always pair with a uracil, and there is no thymine.


What is a complementary strand?

In DNA, a complementary strand is the strand that matches and binds to the other side of the said DNA.


What is the original strand of DNA?

It is the strand of DNA that contains the template information for creating a new copy of the other strand.


Each strand in the double helix is identical to the opposite strand?

No each strand is complementary to the other, not identical. Opposite strands will run in the opposite direction with nucleotides that complement the other strand Ex. 5actgactgactg3 & 3tgactgactgac5


How does DNA make copies of itself?

DNA makes copies of itself through the process of replication. Because the nucleotide bases are complementary, they automatically make the other strand of complementary bases when the division of the cell occurs.


If the base sequence on one DNA strand is atggcctag what is the sequence on the other strand of the helix?

If the base sequence on one DNA strand is atggcctag then the sequence of the other strand of the helix would be taccggatc. This is because of the base pairings.


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