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Question 1140: What is one difference between RNA and DNA?
Author: Bill Donovan - Category: Science
Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: World

  • DNA has two strands while RNA contains three strands.
  • RNA uses uracil as a base instead of thymine.
  • In RNA, the pattern of nucleotides is in reverse order.
  • RNA is only found in cell walls or membranes.

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