Q36. Is there always be an equal number of adenine and thymine nucleotides in molecule? Why?
Q37. Is there always going to be an equal number of guanine and cytosine nucleotides in a molecule? Why?
Q38. The side of the ladder are made up of alternating ______ and _______ molecules. The steps (or rungs) of the ladder are made up of ______ held together by hydrogen bonds.

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2015-07-28T05:57:27+08:00
Q36. Yes! Adenine Are always be an equal number or pair with thymine nucleotides in molecule because of their chemical structure. Q37. Yes! Guanine are always be an equal number or pair with cytosine nucleotides in molecule because of their chemical structure. Q38. The sides of the ladder are made up of alterating SUGAR and BASES molecules. The steps (or rungs) of the ladder are made of nitrogen bases held together by hydrogen bonds. . Hope its help..
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2015-07-28T20:20:05+08:00
Q36:
Of course, because adenine pairs with thymine and thymine pairs with adenine..

Q37:
yes, it's also because guanine pairs with cytosine and so does cytosine to guanine..

Q38:

phosphates, sugars or ribose, bases or nitrogenous bases
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