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Why are DNA and RNA different?



A. DNA uses Uracil while RNA uses Thymine
B. DNA is double stranded while RNA is triple stranded
C. DNA is only found in the nucleus while RNA can travel anywhere in the cell
D. DNA is made of four bases while RNA is made of five bases
E. B and C are correct

This question is part of DNA Transcription, Translation, Replication
Asked by Srprice, Last updated: Jun 27, 2020

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omoore

Omoore

Answered Apr 12, 2017

Dna is found in the nucleus while rna can travel anywhere in the cell
 

John Adney

John Adney

Answered Mar 21, 2017

DNA is only found in nucleus while RNA found in anywhere in the cell
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Mar 20, 2017

DNA is only found in the nucleus while RNA can travel anywhere in the cell
 

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