Difference Between DNA and RNA
- The sugar majority is deoxyribose.
- They are formed by four types of nucleotides, deoxyadenylate, deoxyguanylate, deoxycytidylate, and deoxythymidylate.
- They are found in the nucleus.
- They have two stands of antiparallel double-helical structure i.e. 5’-3’ and 3’-5’ direction.
- DNA stores genetic information
- They are concerned with protein synthesis by containing the information required for protein synthesis.
- The sugar majority is ribose.
- They are also formed by four types of nucleotides. Adenylate, guanylate, cytidylate, and uridylate.
- They are found in both the nucleus and cytoplasm.
- They exist as a single-stand molecule.
- RNA doesn’t store genetic information.
- They are directly involved with protein synthesis based on the information contained IN DNA.
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