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What compounds are only found in RNA? DNA?

Asked by questionmark (2points) October 9th, 2008

I know the bases in RNA and DNA are held together by hydrogen bonds, and that uracil is only found in RNA. But uracil isnt a compound and hydrogen is found in both. So Im not sure. Would it be sugar phosphate in DNA, since thats its backbone?

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syz's avatar

Is this a homework question?

PupnTaco's avatar

Good question for your textbook.

questionmark's avatar

My textbook doesnt answer the question. I looked and they only mention the bases and ribose and deoxyribose. I think thats the answer but Im still not sure. Yea its a homework question.

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Erik gets the A.

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Eric gets the A.

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