Different DNA and RNA?
Did you mean how is RNA different from DNA?
Yes, DNA and RNA have different sugar . DNA contains deoxyribose sugar whereas RNA consists of ribose sugar, which are completely different from each other.
Well, the main difference between RNA and DNA is that RNA is single-stranded and DNA is double-stranded. But on top of that, adenine is replaced with a different protein in RNA.
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.
RNA makes up DNA. RNA makes up DNA. tRNA is a structure of DNA.
RNA is the messenger DNA, it's pretty much an exact copy of DNA but a tad different. DNA never leaves the nucleus...RNA does. It travels outside the nucleus to the Endoplasmic Reticulum and the Ribosomes..... RNA is ribonucleic acid and has a hydroxyl group that's missing from deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). RNA is transcribed from DNA in order to make proteins. RNA also has Uracil for a base instead of Thymine (DNA).
The sugar (ribose vs deoxyribose) is different in RNA and DNA, respectively. Also RNA is single stranded and DNA is double stranded.
RNA is single stranded,Pentose sugar is Ribose DNA has deoxyribose,Thymine of DNA is replaced by Uracil of RNA.
DNA is double stranded while rna is single stranded. DNA contains the bases a, g, t, c while RNA contains the bases a, g, c, u. See Protein Synthesis. they are also different because they have different meaning DNA is deoxyribonucleic acid and RNA is ribonucleic acid.
rna is in dna. it sticks it together.dna is the whole genetic info
Its the difference between DNA and RNA. DNA = Deoxyribonucleic acid RNA = Ribonucleic Acid. Meaning they have different structures based on the different sugars. And also the fact that DNA is double stranded (in the double helix form) and RNA is single stranded.
DNA contains the sugar deoxyribose. RNA contains the sugar ribose. One of the four nitrogen bases in DNA is thymine, but is replaced by uracil in RNA.
RNA and DNA are different in composition, even though they are quite close. As the names suggest, RNA primase only works to build RNA, while DNA primase can only work to build DNA
RNA has a ribose sugar backbone. DNA had a deoxyribose sugar backbone. RNA uses the nitrogenous base Uracil. DNA uses Thymine RNA is usually single stranded. DNA is double stranded. RNA has catalytic properties. DNA is just a storage molecule.
So DNA and RNA are to different types of nucleic acids DNA contains Deoxyribose (that's the sugar) and RNA contains ribose (that's the sugar)
RNA uses Uracil (U) in place of T (thymine) in DNA.
DNA is double stranded whereas RNA is single stranded . They are different in their functioning as well .
one is deoxyribose (DNA), and one is just ribose (RNA)
They are completely different processes in the central dogma. DNA replication is the replication of DNA into DNA by DNA polymerases. Trancription is the transcription of DNA into RNA by RNA polymerase.
Primase in the DNA-dependent RNA polymerase enzyme that functions in DNA replication by synthesizing the RNA primers which are then extended by DNA polymerase to yield newly synthesized DNA fragments. While being an RNA polymerase, primase is different from the RNA polymerase that functions in the transcription of DNA.
Both macromolecules of DNA and RNA are carriers of genetic information. DNA contains adenine, thymine, guanine and cytosine. RNA is different in that has uracil in lieu of thymine.
The sugar is only ribose in RNA, deoxyribose on DNA, RNA has uracil instead if thymine as a base, and RNA is single stranded while DNA is double, also, look up the different types
1) the sugar are different as RNA is ribose and DNA is deoxyribose 2) RNA is generally single-stranded 3) RNA contains uracil in place of thymine
DNA has Thyamine as one of its nitroginase base while RNA has Uracil instead of Thyamine. RNA acts as a genetic materail for prokaryotes.
RNA is ribonucleic acid and has a hydroxyl group that's missing from deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). RNA is transcribed from DNA in order to make proteins. RNA also has Uracil for a base instead of Thymine (DNA). DNA-deoxyribose sugar------RNA-Oxy ribose sugar DNA-carries genetic information-----RNA-temporarily produced for several function including protein synthesis DNA- contains thymine base----RNA-Uracil instead of thymine
DNA is different with some ways to RNA -It have two chains but RNA have one chains -ıt stored herditary material (genetic material ) and controled cell activities but RNA ' s function protein synthesis -DNA can make copy ofıtself but RNA cannot -DNA have deoxyribose sugar but RNA have ribose sugar
RNA contains the sugar ribose, while DNA contains the sugar deoxyribose. RNA contains the nitrogen base uracil, while DNA contains the nitrogen base thymine instead.
The individual nucleotide is no different, except RNA utilizes Uracil instead of Thymine, as well as other minor nucleotides. The chemical structures of Adenine, Cytosine, and Guanine are all identical whether in RNA or DNA. The major difference that RNA has from DNA is that RNA uses a ribose sugar backbone while DNA uses deoxyribose. Also, the RNA used for protein synthesis is single stranded, while the parent DNA strand that was transcribed is double… Read More
RNA contains a ribose sugar that ha oxygen while DNA has deoxyribose sugar which does not have oxygen. DNA has the base Thymine, while RNA has the base Uracil. RNA is single stranded while DNA is double stranded in a double helix.
RNA, ribonucleic acid, and DNA, deoxyribonucleic acid differ in that RNA contains the sugar ribose and DNA contains the sugar deoxyribose. A second difference is that RNA is single-stranded while DNA is double-stranded. A third difference is that RNA contains the nitrogen base uracil in place of the nitrogen base thymine found in DNA.
RNA is single stranded DNA is a double helix RNA contains cytosine, guanine, adenine, and uracil DNA contains cytosine, guanine, adenine, and thymine RNA processes the information that the DNA has stored to direct protein synthesis DNA is the storage center of information i hope this helped ! Well, DNA makes proteins and RNA delivers the proteins, DNA is double stranded and RNA is only single stranded, and The code things for DNA and RNA… Read More
DNA- A, T, G, C RNA- U, T, G, C Just one base is different, uracil
RNA is single stranded and DNA is double stranded forming a double helix. Also ,the structure of the RNA nucleotide has a ribose , phosphate and a base while DNA has deoxyribose a phosphate and a base . In RNA uracil replaces thymine .
Does DNA consists of five different nucleotides and does RNA consists of four different nucleotides?
No, first of in total, both RNA and DNA combined have five nucleotides, DNA and RNA, both consists of three of the same nucleotides, and have one that varies between the two. Both DNA and RNA, have the nucleotides, guanine, cytosine and adenine, however DNA, has the additional nucleotide thymine and RNA instead of thymine has uracil. So, DNA's nucleotides are guanine, cytosine, adenine and thymine, while RNA's are guanine, cytosine, adenine and uracil. To… Read More
Different types of RNA have different functions but overall RNA's function (or job) is to carry out DNA replication.
it different because their rna and DNA
What does the name Deoxyribonucleaicacid tell you about the chemical make up of DNA that is different from RNA?
An oxygen is missing from the DNA compared to the RNA -- so it has been de-oxygenated.
DNA and RNA both contain four different nitrogenous bases. The bases in DNA are Adenine (A), Thymine (T), Cytosine (C) and Guanine (G). The bases in RNA are A, C, G and Uracil (U).
DNA is double helix, rna is one helix. DNA has a thymine rna has uracil. Rna has onxygen, DNA does not.
There are 2 main substances that separate RNA from DNA: ribose sugar, and uracil. All DNA/RNA molecules have a backbone made up of a repeating sequence of sugars and phosphorus. In DNA this sugar is deoxyribose, while in RNA the sugar is ribose. Ribose sugar is different from deoxyribose in that it has an extra oxygen on its second carbon (this is thought to possibly be one of the reasons RNA is less stable than… Read More
All contain nucleotides. ATP contains only the nucleotide adenosine, DNA and RNA contain four different nucleotides.
RNA to DNa , Dna to RNA
DNA is the same thing as DNA. If you mean RNA, that's a whole nother ball game.
DNA double-strands into the famous double helix shape. RNA, however, is only 1 strand. As well, the bonding sugars in DNA and RNA are different, the 'deoxyribose' vs 'ribose' of the full names of these molecules. DNA also simply serves as a set of directions which the RNA reads and then helps carry out.
rna is a form of dna. rna is present during the duplication of dna. the rna tells what dna particals go where. the rna gets this information from the dna inside the nucleus.
Nucleotides do not have DNA or RNA. DNA and RNA are composed of nucleotides.
RNA is single stranded, uses uracil instead of thymine, and is less stable
Depending on the type of RNA, this molecule is found in a cell's nucleus, its cytoplasm, and its ribosome.
Chemically RNA and DNA only differ by a single oxygen atom in each nucleotide. Specifically the sugar group in an RNA nucleotide is the sugar ribose, wherease the sugar group in DNA is deoxyribose. Wikipedia has a nice image showing this here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Nucleotides_1.svg Structurally RNA and DNA are also different. DNA exists almost exclusively in a double stranded helix. RNA is typically thought of a single chain that has a far more chaotic structure with… Read More
DNA is double stranded.RNA is single.DNA has deoxribose and Thymine.RNA has ribose bnd Uracil.