DNA & RNA Nucleotide Structure
DNA and RNA nucleotide structure and base pairing rules for DNA and RNA.
Terms in this set (29)
nitrogenous base (A,T,G,C)
nitrogenous base (A,U,G,C)
DNA base pairing rules
RNA base pairing rules
T C A G C T A G
If one strand of DNA has the base sequence A G T C G A T C the second strand of DNA would have the complimentary bases...
U C A G C U A G
If a DNA strand has the base sequence A G T C G A T C the complimentary RNA base sequence would be....
DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)
The nucleic acid that is double stranded.
RNA (ribonucleic acid)
The nucleic acid that is single stranded.
T G C A T G A
What would the base sequence of DNA strand 2 be?
U G C A U G A
What would the base sequence of the RNA strand be?
What type of molecule is shown in this diagram?
What type of molecule is A in this diagram?
What type of molecule is B in this diagram?
What type of sugar does molecule A contain?
What type of sugar does molecule B contain?
one strand (single stranded)
How many strands is molecule A mad of?
two strands (double stranded)
How many strands is molecule B made of?
A, T, G, C
What four bases are found in molecule B?
A, U, G, C
What four bases are found in molecule A?
What base is only found in molecule A?
What base is only found in molecule B?
What process is shown in the diagram above?
A - T and G - C
What are the base pairing rules for this molecule?
Where is this molecule found in eukaryotic cells?
Where is this molecule found in prokaryotic cells?