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A key difference between the nucleotides found in DNA and
those in RNA is that

a. DNA has phosphate, but RNA does not.
b. DNA has deoxyribose, but RNA has ribose.
c. DNA has thymine, but RNA has uracil.
d. Both b and c are correct.

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