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Terrestrial Origins and Evolution
This picture shows how DNA bases are stacked together along the double helix. The atoms of the sugar-phosphate backbone are shown in gray, and the ultraviolet-absorbing portions of DNA -- the bases -- are shown in blue or magenta, depending on which side of the DNA strand they are located. Image courtesy of Bern Kohler, Ohio State University.


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