What's the difference between r. n. a. and d. n. a.?
D.N.A. or deoxyribonucleic acid is a nucleic acid that contains genetic instructions used in the development of all living things. R.N.A. or ribonucleic acid helps carry out instructions from the D.N.A. cells.
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