The Number of Purines in a Segment of Dna Molecule is 68. What Will Be the Number of Pyrimidines in this Segment? - Structure of DNA and RNA
The number of purines in a segment of DNA molecule is 68. What will be the number of pyrimidines in this segment?
According to Chargaff’s rule, the number of purines is always equal to the number of pyrimidines, i.e. A + G = T + C.
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