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Differences between DNA nucleotide and RNA nucleotide
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DNA contains the sugar deoxyribose, however RNA contains the sugar ribose.
Also DNA contains the base thymine (T) , while RNA contains the base uracil (U).
(But they both have the rest of the bases just RNA doesn’t have T)
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DNA and RNA are nearly identical structurally; However, DNA has deoxyribose sugar and thymine while the RNA has ribose sugar and uracil in place of thymine.
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Science mastery. The DNA and RNA can primarily be differentiated on the basis of their structural foundation i.e., spiral formation etc... DM me if you need further guidance on how to pin this task with paramount quality.
This isn't correct - the question is asking about nucleotides, not the overall structure so talking about spirals etc. will not gain marks.
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This isn't correct - the question is asking about nucleotides, not the overall structure so talking about spirals etc. will not gain marks.
But you must expound on your knowledge of the subject before pinpointing on the main aspect. Philosophically, you should imagine yourself explaining the concept to a six year old and if you feel like he can understand your concept, then you know what you’re talking about. It’s just like how a thesis statements should be supported by sentences covering a broader field.
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But you must expound on your knowledge of the subject before pinpointing on the main aspect. Philosophically, you should imagine yourself explaining the concept to a six year old and if you feel like he can understand your concept, then you know what you’re talking about. It’s just like how a thesis statements should be supported by sentences covering a broader field.
This is an exam question, presumably AS level. You do not need to "expound on your knowledge" to describe the differences between RNA and DNA nucleotides.
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This is an exam question, presumably AS level. You do not need to "expound on your knowledge" to describe the differences between RNA and DNA nucleotides.
It’s an essay whose introductions need to depict strong mastery of content.
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It’s an essay whose introductions need to depict strong mastery of content.
Good one
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It’s an essay whose introductions need to depict strong mastery of content.
Hi there it is admirable that you are trying to salvage OP as your username dictates (); however, this clearly NOT an essay; it is a brief 2-3 mark structured Q, in which predicting and sticking to the mark scheme achieves marks RATHER THAN wasting time writing irrelevant information - REMEMBER: in A level biology exam, KEEP IT SIMPLE except in the synoptic Q.
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