Name the nucleobase that base pairs up with Thymine.

Adenine always pairs up with Thymine, while Guanine pairs up with Cytosine

Nitrogenous base pairs

The DNA sequence is usually represented as a string of letters. There are only four available letters: A, T, C, and G. Each of these letters represents a base or a single rung along the genetic ladder. The most important thing to remember is that A always pairs with T, and C always pairs with G

  • Adenine is long and has two binding sites.
  • Thymine is short and has two binding sites.
  • Guanine is long and has three binding sites.
  • Cytosine is short and has three binding sites.

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