BotanyIf the distance between two consecutive base pairs is 0.34 nm and the DNA is 4.08m. Calculate the number of base pairs present in the DNA.

If the distance between two consecutive base pairs is 0.34 nm and the DNA is 4.08m. Calculate the number of base pairs present in the DNA.

  1. A
    9 x 106bp
  2. B
    4.4 x 106 bp
  3. C
    6.6 x 109 bp
  4. D
    12 x 109 bp

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    Solution:

    The length of DNA = Distance between adjacent base pair x total number of base pair in diploid cell.

    χ x 0.34 x 10-9 (m) = 4.08 m

    χ = (4.08/ 0.34 x 10-9)= 12x109.

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