Let's suppose you have recently identified an organism that was scraped from an asteroid that hit the earth. (Fortunately, no
Let's suppose you have recently identified an organism that was scraped from an asteroid that hit the earth. (Fortunately, no one was injured.) When you analyze this organism, you discover that its DNA is a triple helix, composed of six different nucleotides: A, T, G, C, X, and Y. You measure the chemical composition of the bases and find the following amounts of these six bases: A = 24%, T = 23%, G = 11%, C = 12%, X = 21%, Y = 9%. What rules would you propose that govern triplex-DNA formation in this organism? Note: There is more than one possibility.
The key issue in the result is that there are base pairing rules Otherwise it would not be pos…View the full answer
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