Definitions for "Uracil"
one of the four bases in RNA. The others are adenine, guanine, and cytosine. Uracil replaces thymine, which is the fourth base in DNA. Like thymine, uracil always pairs with adenine
One of the bases that make up the code in a strand of RNA. abbreviated: U.
A nitrogenous base of RNA (in DNA, thymine replaces uracil); member of the base pair A-U.
AN = /biosyn /physiol permitted; uracil deoxyriboside, uracil deoxyribonucleoside = DEOXYURIDINE; uracil riboside, uracil ribonucleoside = URIDINE UI = D014498
A chemical class of herbicides, which includes bromacil.
An anticancer drug that belongs to the family of drugs called alkylating agents.