How does RNA differ from DNA?


How does RNA differ from DNA?

DNA and RNA:

DNA and RNA are both nucleic acids found in the nuclei of living cells. They are known as the building blocks of life and give instructions for cells to replicate and aid in chemical processes.

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Differences Between RNA and DNA & Types of RNA (mRNA, tRNA & rRNA)


Chapter 4 / Lesson 5

Learn the difference between DNA and RNA, learn about the 3 types of RNA and their functions and understand the structure and function of mRNA, tRNA and rRNA.

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