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  • This interconnection, in and d). our world of biological form, sets 4 The Tetragramma on connects in motion the interlinkage for the with the four nitrogenous bases tetrahelix. most commonly found in DNA and 8 The ten Light emanations RNA, which each contain two send out the major code frequen - pyrimidines and two purines.

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  • A chain of face-sharing tetrahedra forms a gently curving triple helix. This pleasing structure was given the name "tetrahelix" by R. Buckminster Fuller.
    --Roald Hoffmann, 2010, American Scientist 98: 116.

    March 15, 2010