anonymous
  • anonymous
What ultimately controls the cell's production of proteins? A. RNA B. DNA C. protein D. allele
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Hello, It is most likely RNA the reason as to why that is, is because RNA is information found inside of DNA which determines which traits are to be created, activated, or deactivated (you can think of switches here), while the various forms of RNA do the work. (mRNA, rRNA, tRNA). Peace.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Algorithmic is right. Answer is A.

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