Dating bases wiki
The bases connect in the middle: 'A' only pairs with 'T', and 'C' only pairs with 'G'. Adenine (A) and thymine (T) can pair up because they make two hydrogen bonds, and cytosine (C) and guanine (G) pair up to make three hydrogen bonds.
Although the bases are always in fixed pairs, the pairs can come in any order (A-T or T-A; similarly, C-G or G-C).
They are at war, heroic Autobot pitted against evil Decepticon, both on their homeworld, the metal planet called Cybertron, and here on our Earth.
They are the galaxy's last hope, they are-- TRANSFORMERS The origin of the Transformers species differs according to continuity, and not all continuities have given the race a specific stated origin at all, but, of those that exist, the most prominent are: Also perhaps worthy of mention is the process of biomechanical evolution, the process by which the Transformers' sister race the Go Bots came to be, transitioning from organic beings to mechanical by upgrading and replacing their forms over time.
The designation "Transformer" stems from the species' generally-shared ability to transform, to change their bodies at will, rearranging their component parts from a robotic primary mode (usually, but not always, humanoid) into an alternate form; generally vehicles, weapons, machinery, or animals.
In some continuities this ability to transform is innate to all members of the species, in others it was a wartime innovation that was adopted by most, but not all, of the populace.
The atoms shown are: P=phosphorus O=oxygen N=nitrogen H=hydrogen DNA, short for deoxyribonucleic acid, is the molecule that contains the genetic code of organisms.
A base can be any whole number bigger than 0 (if it was 0, then there would be no digits).
The base of a number may be written next to the number: for instance, Different bases are often used in computers.
Fiction such as Beast Machines and Kiss Players has shown that Cybertron used to be an organic world, and IDW's Spotlight: Nightbeat featured the world of Gorlam Prime, whose Transformer-like inhabitants evolved this way, leading Nightbeat to speculate that Cybertronians could have had a similar origin, but no continuity has ever established this as a proven origin for the Transformer race.
I take great pleasure, and indeed pride, in noting how varied we are throughout the cosmos and beyond.