Biology
peffrey
2021-05-03 17:30:00
What is the mRNA sequence read from that Dna strand?
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RavenThomas460
2021-05-03 17:59:01

The reading of mRNA from a DNA strand is called transcription and takes place in the nucleus. It always follows the rules of base pairing, namely: Adenine always pairs with Thymine Cytosine always pairs with Guanine Adenine is denoted as A Thymine is denoted as T Cytosine is denoted as C Guanine is denoted as G A will always complement T G will always complement C So if the sequence on DNA is CGTAGG, then the sequence transcribed on mRNA will be GCATCC.

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