Q: What word describes the curves surface that connects two bases?

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a cylinder is basically a solid bounded by a cylindrical surface and two parallel planes (the bases) or a surface generated by rotating a parallel line around a fixed line

There is no specific name nor a specific shape for such a polygon.

a sphere has no bases and it only has one curved surface

There is no specific name nor a specific shape for such a polygon.

A sphere?

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a cylinder is basically a solid bounded by a cylindrical surface and two parallel planes (the bases) or a surface generated by rotating a parallel line around a fixed line

Hydrogen bonds connect complementary bases.

Yes, but it also has three. Two bases and the side that connects the two bases

Watson and Crick discovered that Adenine connects with Thymine and Guanine connects with Cytosine

There is no specific name nor a specific shape for such a polygon.

Yes, but it also has three. Two bases and the side that connects the two bases

There is no specific name.

a sphere has no bases and it only has one curved surface

There is no specific name nor a specific shape for such a polygon.

The bases of purines and pyrimedines like C-T, G-A.

Watson and Crick discovered that Adenine connects with Thymine and Guanine connects with Cytosine

A sphere?