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In organisms of any domain, genetic information is encoded in DNA and transcribed into RNA. This happens because: 1.organisms have both DNA and RNA, so transcription occurs instead of translation 2.organisms self-replicate, and they all do so in the same manner 3.organisms share a common ancestor, so they also all share core life processes 4.organisms use DNA to replicate, and they have RNA to store the genetic information (please explain why, I need help studying for a exam)

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