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DNA from one species differs from the DNA of another species in its _____.

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    Organisms all possess DNA as their genetic material. What differentiates them (and their DNA) is the sequence of base-pairs within the DNA. The base-pairs are actually specific sequences of nucleotides (i.e. adenine , thymine, guanine and cytosine, labelled A, T, G, and C respectively) which encode genes. In other words, the DNA in each organism is made of these bases, but their sequences differ from organism to organism.

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    base ratios sugars phosphate groups all of the above

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