A purine that is one of the five main bases found in nucleic acids. Guanine base pairs with cytosine.
one of the bases which contains nitrogen. It participates in the formation of the nucleic acids DNA and RNA in animal and plant cells. It is often abbreviated to G.
one of the four nitogenous bases in DNA and RNA that make up the letters ATGC, guanine is the "G". The others are adenine, cytosine, and thymine. Guanine always pairs with cytosine Bird droppings form the guano deposits on Gardner pinnacles, Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. (Photo: NOAA)
a purine base bound to the pyrimidine cytosine in double strand DNA.
One of the four bases that make up DNA. Abbreviated with a 'G'.
Designated by the letter G, it is a purine base. One of the four base molecules present in DNA.
(guanine triphosphate) one of the 4 types (ATC) of nucleotides that make up DNA. Base pairs with cytosine by 3 hydrogen bonds. ( More? DNA Notes)
One of the bases that make up the code in a strand of DNA or RNA. abbreviated: G.
(gwan´een) • A nitrogen-containing base found in DNA, RNA and GTP.
A nitrogenous purine base, one of the molecular components of DNA and RNA. Always bonds with cytosine (G-C).
A chemical that is a basic structural unit of a living thing's DNA. It is one of 4 key bases or nucleotides (cytosine (C), adenine (A) and thymine (T)) that repeat throughout the length of a DNA chain. The order of their sequence defines the arrangement of genes.
A purine; one of the nitrogenous bases in the nucleic acids RNA and DNA.
(G) - (= 2-amino 6-hydroxy purine). A constituent purine base found in nucleic acids. In DNA, it always pairs with cytosine (C).
A purine base in DNA and RNA.
The "G" in A, T, G & C, the four bases found in DNA."G" is short for guanine, a base that bonds with Cytosine (C) in double stranded DNA.
One of the four DNA bases that encode genes. (Abbreviation: G) Normally pairs with a cytosine base to form a C:G base pair.
GWAN-een One of the two purine nitrogenous bases in DNA and RNA. 51
a fundamental constituent of DNA and RNA
One of the four bases that make up the letters ATGC in DNA. Guanine ("G") always pairs with cytosine ("C").
It is one of the four organic base, one of the four monomers or building blocks which make composes human DNA.
The "G" of the four bases that make up DNA. The other bases are adenine (A), cytosine (C), and thymine (T). Guanine always pairs with cytosine.
one of the bases found in DNA and RNA.
a purine base that is a fundamental component of nucleic acids.
One of the nitrogenous bases in nucleic acids, guanine is one of the two purine bases. PICTURE
one of the purine nucleic acid bases that make up nucleotides, the building blocks of DNA and RNA
A nitrogenous base. Pairs with cytosine in DNA molecules.
a base in DNA and RNA that always bonds with cytosine (C).
a nitrogen-containing base found in DNA molecules. Pairs with cytosine.
a nitrogenous base that is found in DNA and RNA. Its complimentary base is Cytosine.
A nitrogenous base, one member of the base pair G- C (guanine and cytosine).
A nitrogen rich base which is one of the buiding blocks of DNA. It is one member of the base pair G-C (guanine-cytosine). See also: Base Pair See also: Cytosine
Refers to the base Guanine. Guanine is a nucleotide that normally base-pairs with Cytosine (C) in DNA.
The bases found in DNA come in four varieties: adenine, cytosine, guanine, and thymine—often abbreviated as A,C, G, T, the letters of the genetic alphabet. (IOCeleraGenome) Guanina Essas letras são as iniciais dos nomes de quatro bases nitrogenadas: adenina (A), timina (T), citosina (C) e guanina (G). (POPrGenoma)
A purine base, C5H5N5O, present in all living cells, mainly in combined form, as in nucleic acids.
A purine base that comprises DNA molecules. Guanine pairs with cytosine in DNA.
A nitrogenous base, one member of the base pair GC (guanine and cytosine) in DNA.
One of the four types of nitrogenous bases found in DNA, having the double-ring structure of a class known as purines. Guanine always forms complementary base pairing with a DNA pyrimidine base called cytosine. Guanine also occurs in RNA molecules. Back to Homepage
Guanine is one of the five main nucleobases found in the nucleic acids DNA and RNA; the others being adenine, cytosine, thymine, and uracil. With the formula C5H5N5O, guanine is a derivative of purine, consisting of a fused pyrimidine-imidazole ring system with conjugated double bonds. Being unsaturated, the bicyclic molecule is planar.