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    The Difference Between DNA and RNA

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    DNA and RNA are similar yet distinct components of the cell. Describe three differences between RNA and DNA with respect to their chemical composition and structure. Provide a detailed description of each characteristic.

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    It is better to approach this question with the definitions of DNA and RNA. DNA is Deoxyribo Nucleic Acid and is defined as a nucleic acid that contains the genetic information used in the development and functioning of all known living organisms. RNA is Ribo Nucleic Acid and is defined as the molecules that are involved ...

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    The difference between DNA and RNA are examined.

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