anonymous
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Check my answer? Describe 3 differences between DNA and RNA 1. DNA is double stranded and in the form of a double-helix while RNA is single stranded. 2. DNA has Thymine, while RNA has Uracil. Uracil is the same as Thymine but one of the Uracil's carbons lack a methyl group. 3. There are three types of RNA. Messenger RNA, Ribosomal RNA, and Transfer RNA. While there is only one type of DNA.
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