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Erwin Chargaff's work on the composition of nucleic acids began in 1944. His findings, which later became known as
Chargaff's rules, detail the specific pairings that occur in double-stranded DNA molecules.
According to one of Chargaff's rules, a section of DNA molecule that contains 50 base pairs and has 15 adenine
bases must also contain

a- 15 guanine bases

b- 15 cytosine bases

c- 15 thymine bases

d- 15 uracil bases

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Answer:I think 15 cytosine based

Titus Koch
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