What is a likely use of a base?
your face happens >.> which we do NOT want >:P ^^ That's just rude. and the REAL answer is if a change occurs in the base sequence then the DNA will most likely not do what it is soppose to do. For example, if it is soppose to produce a protein, it will most likely not work. The base sequence isvery important. :) !
Absolutely not and you should use the same manufacturer of the paint you have on there also. Sorry you can only use a chlorinated rubber base paint on a rubber base paint. If you try to paint with the chlorinated rubber base on top of a synthetic rubber base paint it will probably peel like a bad sunburn.
A base, mathematically speaking, defines the digits which you use to count. Normally, we tend to use base ten - meaning that we have ten values (0-9); if we used base two instead (binary - this is what computers use) then only have two (0 or 1). An example of how numbers compare in different bases: Decimal (base 10): 147 Binary (base 2): 10010011 Octal (base 8): 223 Hexatridecimal (base 36): 43