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Organic Chemistry 2

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DNA vs. RNA Characteristics

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DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) and RNA (ribonucleic acid) are vital biomacromolecules responsible for transferring genetic information and protein synthesis. They are structurally and functionally different, however, and work complementarily to each other.

Select ALL that is related to DNA and to RNA in the problem given below.

DNA

RNA

Has a ribose sugar.

DNA

RNA

Has a ribose sugar with no oxygen in C-2.

DNA

RNA

Has a double helix.

DNA

RNA

Adenine links to thymine (A-T), and cytosine links to guanine (C-G).

DNA

RNA

Adenine links to uracil (A-U), and cytosine links to guanine (C-G).

DNA

RNA

Adenine, uracil , guanine, and cytosine are the bases.

DNA

RNA

Adenine, thymine, cytosine, and guanine are the bases.