• anonymous
Which of the following could be a nucleotide of RNA? deoxyribose + phosphate group + thymine deoxyribose + phosphate group + uracil ribose + phosphate group + thymine ribose + phosphate group + uracil
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  • anonymous
DNA are made up of nucleotides that have a deoxygenated ribose whereas RNA have the OH group still attached. Therefore you can eliminate the first two choices. Next, for RNA you have to remember that the nucleotide that pairs with adenine in RNA is Uracil rather than thymine which is the nitrogenous base that pairs with adenine in DNA. so the answer is the fourth choice, hope that helps
  • anonymous
ribose phosephategroup and uracil

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