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get out of the four different kinds of nitrogenous bases which are commonly found in dna from screen.
The Order of Nucleotides in a Gene Is Revealed by DNA Sequencing
What are two types of nitrogenous bases found in nucleic acids?
You mean purines and pyrimidines?? Nitrogenous bases are split into two different types: the purines (adenine and guanine) and the pyrimidines (thymine, cytosine, and uracil). A purine will hydrogen-bond to a pyrimidine. Adenine always bonds with thymine (in "DNA") or with uracil (in "RNA") with two hydrogen bonds. Guanine will always bond with cytosine. Note that the bonding can happen vice-versa as well.
Nitrogenous base present in DNA are(a) Thymine(b) Cytosine(c) Adenine(d) Guanine
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