Chargaff's rules is mainly about the DNA composition of different species, along with its accompanying base-pairing principles. This base-pairing principles are based on the ability of bases to form H-bonds with correspponding bases. Through this, the relative amount of a base is sufficient information in the determination of the amount of other bases in a double-stranded DNA.
According to Chargaff's rules, if a genome is 30% adenine, then what percentage of the genome should be thymine?
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