dna
human skeleton, human body, anatomy @ Pixabay

In this blog post we will explore the topic of replication and how it is possible to know what DNA base pair will bond with cytosine as DNA replicates. -In DNA replication, a specific base pair will bond to cytosine and another specific base pair bonds with guanine. -What happens is that the second strand of DNA binds together in opposite orientation than the first strand of DNA. This leads to an A molecule binding with T and G molecules bonding with C molecules on both strands of this new duplexed structure. The article can be found at: __ (link) As DNA is replicated, which DNA base pair will bond to cytosine? In this blog post we will explore the topic of replication and how it is possible to know what DNA base pair will bond with cytosine as DNA replicates. -In DNA replication, a specific base pair will bind to cytosine and another specific base pairs binds with guanine. -What happens is that the second strand of DNA binds together in opposite orientation than the first strand of dna; this leads to an A molecule binding with T and G molecules bonding with C molecules on both strands of this new duplexed structure. The article can be found at: __ (link) Author Name: N/

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here