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How did Watson and crick's model explain why their are equal amounts of thymine and adenine in DNA?

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    Ummmmmmmmmmmmm MAY-be u should ask Watson and cricks model and not some website i have the best advice and u should probably listen now go online and LISTEN TO SOME MINDLESS BEHAVIOR CUSZ THEY R AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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