DNA and RNA comparison - 89399

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DNA and RNA DNA and RNA share many similarities: DNA and RNA are both made of chains of nucleotides, and both serve as information molecules in cells. DNA and RNA can be located in the nucleus, but because of DNA having a double strand it cannot pass out of the nucleus. DNA serves as the primary storage of genetic information for cells and RNA molecules assist in the performance of the information. Both DNA and RNA sugars are linked to a phosphate group at one end and a nitrogenous at the other end. In the Eukaryotic cell the DNA stays in the nucleus and the RNAtravels from the nucleus to the cytoplasm.
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DNA and RNA

DNA and RNA share many similarities: DNA and RNA are both made o