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Within a double-stranded DNA molecule, adenine (A) forms hydrogen bonds with thymine (T), and cytosine (C) forms hydrogen bonds with guanine (G). What is the significance of the structural arrangement?
It allows variable width of the DNA double helix.
It permits complementary base pairing.
It determines the tertiary structure of the DNA molecule.
It determines the type of protein produced from the DNA.