four differences between dna and rna
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Answers:1. DNA is double-stranded; RNA is single-stranded. 2. DNA has adenine, thymine, guanine, cytosine; RNA has adenine, uracil, guanine, cytosine. 3. DNA has deoxyribose; RNA has ribose. 4. DNA stays in the nucleus; RNA can goes out of the nucleus. Same: 1. DNA and RNA are both made of blocks called nucleotides, consisting of sugar/phosphate/nitrogen base. 2. DNA and RNA share the bases adenine, cytosine, guanine. The phosphates are the same, of course.
Answers:thats right what you already said also take a look at this Differences between DNA and RNA DNA is double stranded; RNA is a single stranded N.B. ATP is also a nucleotide, with ribose as the pentose sugar. DNA contains the pentose sugar deoxyribose; RNA contains the pentose sugar ribose. DNA has the base Thymine (T) but not Uracil (U); RNA has U but not T. DNA is very long (billions of bases); RNA is smaller (hundreds to thousands of bases) DNA is self-replicating, RNA is copied from the DNA so it is not self-replicating lastly check out this revision site it will give you the differences http://www.biologymad.com/resources/DNA.pdf
Answers:1. a is not true - rna is found in the nucleus sometimes b is not true - a pairs with t in DNA, a with u in RNA c is not true - dna has 4 nucleotides d is true, DNA has t, RNA has 4 nucleotides e is not true, rna is single stranded, DNA is double stranded 2 e a ribosome is a protein and RNA complex, it is not part of the endomembrane system 3 a nucleotide monomers is correct d is not correct because DNA is made up of nucleic acids, not the other way around 4 a false b opposite c opposite d true e false
Answers:DNA vs RNA - DNA - double stranded - RNA - single stranded - DNA - contains deoxyribose sugar - RNA - contains ribose sugar - DNA - nitrogenous bases are A , T , C, and G. - RNA - nitrogenous bases are A, U, C and G. - DNA - It serves as heriditary material in most of the organisms - RNA - It is heriditary material for most of the viruses. - DNA - It consists of large number of nucleotides [ about 4 million] - RNA - it consists of less number of nucleotides [ about 12,000]. - DNA - Present in nucleus , mitochondria and chloroplasts - RNA - present throughout the cytoplasm except vacoules. - DNA - it is fuelgen +ve [ stain]. - RNA - it is fuelgen -ve [ stain]. Hope this helps !