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Why is DNA called the blueprint for life? A. It has the code to make carbohydrates. B. It stands for Director of New Activities. C. It has directions for making membranes. D. It contains the genetic material for living things on earth.
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anonymous
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D. It contains the genetic material for living things on earth.
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anonymous
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yep
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Which of these is a major function of RNA? A. to make ribosomes B. to transport genetic information C. to make nucleic acids D. to direct activities in the cell
anonymous
  • anonymous
I would say B. This is because RNA is a form of nucleic acid so RNA can't make it. They don't make Ribosomes. They also don't direct activities in the cell.
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Thanks!
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Which of the following is the site for reading and decoding genetic information? A. ribosomes B. nucleus C. cytoplasm D. mitochondria
anonymous
  • anonymous
A. ribosomes
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Glad to help!
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