Describe the differences between DNA and RNA. (3 marks)

Any 3 from:DNA is double stranded, whereas RNA is single strandedDNA consists of Deoxyribose sugar, whereas RNA is made from Ribose sugarThymine can be found in DNA, whereas it is replaced by Uracil in RNADNA acts as a store of genetic information in humans, whereas RNA acts as a template messenger in protein formation

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