Your probably getting a vapor lock and when that happens it will just die. Next time it happens open your fuel cap and give it 5 minutes or so then replace your cap and try to start it. If that works then you need to find out how it vents and fix that. crankshaft position sensor Possibly a bad connection on fuel pump. Plug may be loose and work one time but not work the next.
Your starter is getting ready to go out. It is best to get it replaced right away before it completely goes out and leaves you stranded somewhere.
RNA and DNA are essentially the same. The only differences (that I know of) are that in RNA thyamine is replaced with uracil, and RNA is single stranded while DNA is double stranded
stranded where? stranded where? stranded where?
Well, the main difference between RNA and DNA is that RNA is single-stranded and DNA is double-stranded. But on top of that, adenine is replaced with a different protein in RNA.
DNA is usually double-stranded, RNA is usually single-stranded. DNA has a deoxyribose sugar, and RNA has a ribose sugar. DNA contains the base thymine, in RNA this is replaced with uracil.
A sometimes solid sometimes stranded copper wire is inside of the outer insulation. Spark plug wires have a string of carbon inside the insulation.
DNA is double-stranded.
No. DNA is usually double-stranded.
what do do if you are stranded on an island?
t(Transfer)RNA is single-stranded.
DNA is deoxyribose nucleic acid and RNA is ribose nucleic acid. The difference is there is no hydroxyl group on the 2' position in the sugar of DNA. DNA is double stranded. RNA is single stranded. And in RNA the base thymine is replaced with uracil.
DNA (DeoxyriboNucleic Acid) and RNA (RiboNucleic Acid) are nucleic acids. They are composed of bases Adenine, Guanine, Thymine, Cytosine in DNA. In RNA Cytosine is replaced by Uracil. DNA and RNA can be double stranded or single stranded.
RNA is single stranded Thymine of DNA is replaced by Uracil and it has ribose sugar whereas in DNA it is dioxyribose.
to be stranded is to have no familiar place to go
No, HIV is a retrovirus - it has a single-stranded RNA genome.
DNA is generally double stranded and RNA is single stranded.
No, the DNA of organisms is double-stranded. Viruses may have single-stranded DNA (ssDNA).
Viruses can have either single stranded RNA, single stranded DNA, double stranded RNA, or double stranded DNA.
The other way around - generally.
It has a weak spot and will soon rupture. It needs to be replaced before this happens unless you like being stranded on the side of the road.
RNA is single stranded,Pentose sugar is Ribose DNA has deoxyribose,Thymine of DNA is replaced by Uracil of RNA.