DNA and RNA are both types?

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RNA and DNA are types of nucleic acids.

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Yes, both DNA and RNA ar double stranded but there are many types of RNA including tRNA, mRNA and rRNA.

There are two main types of viruses: DNA viruses or RNA viruses but not both DNA and RNA.

RNA is in bacterial organisms. DNA is in living organisms, like humans and cats. However, both are the 'data strips' for both types of beings.

It's in both. Adenine, cytosine and guanine are in both DNA and RNA. Thymine is only in DNA. Uracil is only in RNA.

The type of RNA that copies DNA is known as the messenger RNA or mRNA. There are other types of RNA these include the transfer RNA (tRNA), and the ribosomal (rRNA).

DNA and RNA both have a sugar-phosphate backbone and nitrogenous bases. The bases found in both DNA and RNA are Adenine, Guanine and Cytosine.

both, DNA as genetic material, and RNA transcribed from them.

DNA: deoxyribonucleic acid RNA: ribonucleic acid Both DNA and RNA are polymers of nucleotides. They both contain a sugar-phosphate backbone (deoxyribose sugar in DNA, ribose sugar in RNA) and they both contain A, G, and C nitrogenous bases (additionally, T in DNA and U in RNA).

DNA is deoxyribose, and thymine RNA is ribose, and uracil DNA and RNA is cytosine, adenine, guanine, and phosphate

Yes, both DNA & RNA are nucleic acid polymers.

No. DNA and RNA are different types of molecules and they are not converted one into the other. RNA is made from a DNA template but the DNA template remains, unchanged after the new RNA molecule is created.

They are types of nucleic acids. DNA is found in the nucleus and RNA is found in the nucleolus (in the nucleus) and in the ribosomes. DNA codes for RNA, which codes for proteins which ultimately make up our body.

both of them contain purines just the difference is that in place of thymine RNA have uracil and both RNA and DNA have adenine

The two types of nucleic acids are DNA and RNA. They are nucleic acids because both DNA and RNA are made of nucleotides. Nucleic acids are one of the 4 types of macromolecules in the body (the others are proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates).

Adenine, Guanine and Cytosine are found in both RNA and DNA.DNA; A, T, G and CRNA; A, U, G and C

Both plant and animal cells and viruses contain RNA. Some viruses contain DNA but not both DNA and RNA. Animal and plant cells contain both RNA and DNA.

Nucleic acids. Dna = Deoxyribonucleic Acid Rna = Ribonucleic Acid

DNA makes RNA so then the DNA can replicate itself. RNA is typically single stranded copy, in a sense, of the DNA and there are two types: mRNA and tRNA.

Both DNA and RNA are macromolecules called nucleic acid's

DNA and RNA are both nucleic acids. They both carry genetic information. They both have nucleotides composed of a phosphate, a sugar and a nitrogenous base.

DNA and RNA are alike because they both contain nitrogen bases, they are both nucleotides, they both contain sugar, and a phosphate.

Cytosine is the pyrimidine that bonds to the purine Guanine in both DNA and Rna.

Viruses can have either single stranded RNA, single stranded DNA, double stranded RNA, or double stranded DNA.

Both DNA and RNA contain a sugar phosphate group as the backbone to their structure. In DNA the sugar is deoxyribose, where as in RNA it is just ribose.

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