What are the base pairs for RNA?
Adenine (A) pairs with Uracil (U), and Cytosine (C) pairs with Guanine (G).
RNA has four different base pairs. Adenine, cytosine, uracil, and guanine are the base pairs. These base pairs are made when a transcription initiation complex moves along DNA, unzips it, and creates RNA. Unlike DNA, RNA is one stranded and the base pair thymine is not present. Instead, uracil bonds with adenine.
Base-pairing rules are the observed pairings of bases when strands of DNA, RNA, or both, pair with each other. Bases follow these rules during DNA replication, transcription, translation (pairing between messenger RNA and transfer RNA), and when primers and probes are active. The base pairing rules for DNA are * A pairs with T * G pairs with C * C pairs with G * T pairs with A The base pairing rules for DNA…