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It allows enzymes such as RNA polymerase to attach the correct base to the new strand, and therefor conserve your genetic code (keep it the same).

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Complimentary base pairing provides a means to replicate the genetic material.


Because if the pairing of the bases is incorrect then a mutation will form that can be silent or deadly .


adenine pairs with thymine, cytosine pairs with guanine



complimentary For example, if the DNA codon is GCA, the complimentary mRNA codon will be CGU, according to the base pairing rule.


The relationship of base pairing rules to the structure of DNA was observed by Rosalind Franklin. This observation was of purine pairing with pyrimidine that gives constant width to DNA structure.


Base pairing refers to the pairing of complimentary nitrogen bases, either during DNA replication, or transcription and translation. In DNA, the bases adenine and thymine pair together, and guanine and cytosine pair together. In RNA, the base uracil takes the place of the base thymine. The bases that pair together are said to be complimentary to each other.


A complimentary codon is one that pairs with another codon according to the base pairing rule. For example, the DNA codon ATG is complimentary to the mRNA codon UAC.



Base pairing refers to the process in which complimentary nitrogen bases pair with one another, in which adenine pairs with thymine and guanine pairs with cytosine. Base pairing is involved in DNA replication in that when each original strand of DNA unzips, new DNA nucleotides pair with their complimentary bases on the original strands, resulting in two identical molecules of DNA, each with an original strand and a new strand.


mRNA makes a complimentary copy of the DNA molecule according to the base-pairing rule.


DNA Lesions are sites of damage in the base-pairing or structure of DNA.


In DNA replication, the floating nucleotides in the nucleus pairs up with the first strand (base pairing rules apply)


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James Watson and Francis Crick are credited with the base pairing rules and DNA structure in general. Erwin Chargaff is credited with the rules of base pairs in that the number of pyrimidines is equal to the number of purines.


James Watson and Francis Crick are credited with the base pairing rules and DNA structure in general. Erwin Chargaff is credited with the rules of base pairs in that the number of pyrimidines is equal to the number of purines.


A complimentary base is a base that pairs with another specific base. In DNA, adenine and thymine are complimentary, and cytosine and guanine are complimentary.


Nucleotides and linked by complementary base pairing.


Adenine pairs with thymine Guanine pairs with cytosine.


if A-T is paired with G-C then it must be complementary.


Why is complementary base pairing crucial for life?


Base pairing is when DNA is double helix and genes are paired.


Base pairing rules and complementary base rules are related because of DNA. If one can find the base pairing on a strand of DNA, usually the complementary base is easily found.



In terms of DNA base pairing, adenine and thymine are complimentary bases. Therefore, for every base of adenine, there will be a base of thymine to compliment it. Therefore, cells contain the same amount of the bases adenine (A) and thymine (T).



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