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deduce what similarities would be found in the DNA structure of genes from a cat human and eucalyptus tree

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    The amount of adenine and thymine in the DNAof a human, cat and eucalyptus tree

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    The DNA would have the same basic structure in all these organisms. The nucleotides comprise phosphate, sugar and base; the bases are adenine, thymine, cytosine and guanine; and the method of complementary base pairing is the same.

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