Comparison of RNA and DNA

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RNA and DNA are both nucleic acids consisting of a long chain of nucleotides. Despite their seemingly minor chemical differences, the two molecules play very different roles for life forms on Earth.

 

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DNA and RNA differ in the identity of the sugar and one base. Additionally, DNA is almost always double-stranded, occuring alongside a complementary strand. RNA is often found in single-stranded form.

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