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What is cytosine?

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Cytosine is a nitrogen bases that is found in the DNA. There is four nitrogen bases and this is one of them. The amount of cytosine in cells always equals the amount of guanine, and the amount of adenine always equals the amount of thymine.

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In DNA cytosine bonds to?

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The molecular mass of cytosine is 111,10.


Cytosine always bonds with?

Cytosine always bonds with Guanine.


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the complementary base for cytosine is C


Is cytosine not a nucleotide of DNA?

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What is the job of cytosine in DNA?

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What does cytosine do?

cytosine pairs with guanine to help make up DNA.


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How are adenine and guanine different from thymine and cytosine?

They are purines, cytosine and thymine are prymadines.


Adenine with cytosine?

No. Adenine with Uracil (RNA) or Thymine (DNA); Cytosine with Guanine.


Which one is bigger guanine or cytosine?

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Which nucleotide base always binds with cytosine?

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