explain in detail on how nucleotides involved in information transfer and storage in the cells. 20 marks
The information stored in the order of bases is organized into genes: each gene contains information for making a functional product. The genetic information is first copied to another nucleic acid polymer, RNA (ribonucleic acid), preserving the order of the nucleotide bases. Bases are the part of DNA that stores information and gives DNA the ability to encode phenotype, a person's visible traits. Adenine and guanine are purine bases. These are structures composed of a 5-sided and 6-sided ring.