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What are the four types of nucleotides of DNA?
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How many kinds of nucleotides are there?
There are five types of nucleotides found in nucleic acids. In DNA there are four types of nucleotides, each containing one of four bases adenine (A), thymine (T), guanine (G) and cytosine (C). In RNA there are also four types of nucleotides but the base thymine is replaced by uracil (U). So in total there are five types of nucleotides, but any DNA or RNA molecule will only contain four of them.
How many different types of nucleotides make up a molecule of DNA?
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Four what subunits are needed to make a DNA molecule?
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Is The DNA of all living organisms is composed of the same four nucleotides?
3 types of nucleotides?
There are actually eight types of nucleotides. DNA is composed of four different nucleotides, which include deoxyribose sugar bonded to phophate and a nitrogen base, of which there are four: adenine, thymine, cytosine, and guanine. RNA is also composed of four different nucleotides, which include ribose sugar bonded to phophate and a nitrogen base, of which there are four: adenine, uracil, cytosine, and guanine.
What are the four nucleotides in a DNA molecule?
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How many different parts make up the DNA molecule?
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How many types of nucleotides are presented in DNA?
What is the name of the nucleotides have no DNA and no RNA?
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What are the four bases that DNA nucleotides can have?
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Does DNA consists of five different nucleotides and does RNA consists of four different nucleotides?
No, first of in total, both RNA and DNA combined have five nucleotides, DNA and RNA, both consists of three of the same nucleotides, and have one that varies between the two. Both DNA and RNA, have the nucleotides, guanine, cytosine and adenine, however DNA, has the additional nucleotide thymine and RNA instead of thymine has uracil. So, DNA's nucleotides are guanine, cytosine, adenine and thymine, while RNA's are guanine, cytosine, adenine and uracil. To specifically answer the question, no DNA consists of four different nucleotides and RNA consists of three of the same nucleotides, with one differing.