Select from the frequently asked questions below
- Every DNA and RNA polymer consists of multiple nucleotides strung together into extremely long chains.
- The only variation in each nucleotide is the identity of the nitrogenous base.
- The structure of DNA consists of two side-by-side polynucleotide chains wrapped into the shape of a double helix.
A DNA strand consists of eight pairs of nitrogenous bases. How many different sequences of eight bases can you make?