posted by Andrew Russell on January 25,2013 in Uncategorized
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Complimentary base pairs means that one base attaches to another. An example is how in the cells T actually means a U. Another is A’s in cells actually mean C.
Complementary Base Pairs are for an example A=C and C=A/ T=U and U=T
Complementary base pairs are bases that complements or work with other bases so it its complete. The bases get their genetic codes like A,C,U,T to pair up with. For example A=C C=A T=U U=T. The process eventually ends up into a protein.
Complementary Base Pair are basically a pair of bases in which the identity of one base identifies the partner/other base. For example A turns to C whilst C turns to A. Along with the others like T or U.
Complementary base pairs are the normal arrangement of bases. The normal arrangement where bases are organized in relation to their opposite pair. Like for example; A with C and T with U.
Complementary base pairs are pairs that work with each other and help each other. A good example can be peanut butter and jelly. In DNA however it goes along the lines of A=C or T=U.
Complementary Base Pairs are counterparts to each other that help complete the other. Like A makes C complete while it is being made right by C. To make a protein, you need to have two complementary base pairs.
Complementary base pairs are pairs that are basically paired with their opposite. The identity of the other depends on the other part of the pair. So basically it is the reciprocal of the other. For example T is equivalent to U as U is equivalent to T.
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