Antiparallel strands of DNA
A term used to describe the opposite orientations of the two strands of a DNA double helix; the 5' end of one strand aligns with the 3' end of the other strand.
principle that bonds in DNA can form only between adenine and thymine and between guanine and cytosine
[A]=[T] and [G]=[C], they pair up across from one another forming two strands also called base pairing.
either one of two chromatic colors that when mixed together give white (in the case of lights) or gray (in the case of pigments)
(biochemistry) a long linear polymer found in the nucleus of a cell and formed from nucleotides and shaped like a double helix
enzyme involved in DNA replication that joins individual nucleotides to produce a DNA molecule
an organic base that contains nitrogen, such as a purine or pyrimidine; a subunit of a nucleotide in DNA and RNA
(genetics) modification of a cell or bacterium by the uptake and incorporation of exogenous DNA
immunogen consisting of a suspension of weakened or dead pathogenic cells injected in order to stimulate the production of antibodies