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What are the 4 nucleotides for DNA?

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The 4 nucleotides in DNA are: Adenine, Guanine, Cytosine, and Thymine

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Adenine,Guanine,Cystosine,Thymine are 4 nucleotides of Dna molecules


The DNA of all living organisms is composed of the same 4 nucleotides. These 4 nucleotides make up all DNA.


Nucleotides do not have DNA or RNA. DNA and RNA are composed of nucleotides.


There are 4 different types of nucleotides in a humans DNA!


4 nucleotides adenine guanine cytosine thamine


Adenosine, Thymine, Guanine, Cytosine.


Adenine, guanine, thymine, and cytosine


There are 2 strands of nucleotides in DNA.


Nucleotides. There are 4: Adenine, Cytosine, Thymine, and Guanine in DNA and mRNA. In tRNA, the 4 nucleotides are Adenine, Cytosine, Uracil and Guanine.


4 because there are 4 nitrogen bases


DNA nucleotides. Note that adenine, thymine, cytosine and guanine are NOT nucleotides, but they are only the bases which make the nucleotides different.


DNA itself is made up of nucleotides. Nucleotides links with each other to form a DNA chain. In the process of DNA replication, parent DNA strand needs to be duplicated. Hence, to make a new strand of DNA it requires nucleotides.


through the DNA, the nucleotides match up.


Yes DNA and RNA contain nucleotides



DNA is composed of numerous nucleotides.


DNA is composed of nucleotides. DNA is essentially a polymer made up of nucleotide monomers


adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine.


The DNA message depends upon the order of the 4 nucleotides available. These nucleotides arrange into specific patterns based on genetic information.


The 4 nucleotides in DNA are paired up to where Adenine is always across from Thymine, and Cytosine is always across from Guanine on the double helix.


Atom, in that DNA is constructed of nucleotides and nucleotides are constructed of atoms.


If we put a comma in that sentence after DNA, the answer is yes, nucleotides are indeed the monomers of DNA. As written, the question makes no sense, since "DNA nucleotides" are not polymers and therefore do not have monomers.



No, they are not made out of nucleotides.




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