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Asked in Zoology or Animal Biology, Genetics
DNA and RNA bases?
The four DNA bases are Adenine, Guanine, Cytosine and Thymine. In RNA there are also Adenine, Guanine & Cytosine but instead of Thymine there is Urasil. But the 3 common ones are not completely similar for example Adenine in DNA differs from Adenine in RNA. ...
What base in mRNA can only join with the adenine base of tRNA?
I believe it is Urasil
What is the complementary base pairing?
The complementary means that if you know the sequence of bases in one strand, you'll know the sequence of bases in the other strand. For example, if the base sequence of bases in one DNA strand is A-C-T, the base sequence in the complementary strand will be T-G-A, as shown here http://www.ric.edu/faculty/jmontvilo109graphicsdnaandrnadnastructure.gif it is urasil for RNA. It is adenine for DNA CORRECTION. It is uracil for RNA, thymine for DNA. ...
Asked in Biology
Why is the RNA produced by transcription called messenger RNA?
Look...RNA and RNA messenger...RNA are both the same.
Asked in Biology, Microbiology, Genetics
Kinds of RNA?
There are several types of RNA, they are as follows: mRNA (messanger RNA), tRNA (transfer RNA), rRNA (ribosomal RNA), SRP RNA (signal recognition particle RNA), snRNA (small nuclear RNA), RNase P (ribonuclease P), and aRNA (antisense RNA) ...