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Meaning of Watson-Crick model

Wat'son-Crick' mod"el

Pronunciation: (wot'sun-krik'), [key]
— Biochem. Biochem.
  1. a widely accepted model for the three-dimensional structure of DNA, featuring a double-helix configuration for the molecule's two hydrogen-bonded complementary polynucleotide strands.
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