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Prokaryotic mRNA has some unique features compared to eukaryotic mRNA. Which of the following would apply only to prokaryotic mRNA (and not to eukaryotic mRNA)?

contains introns
 
polycistronic
 
produced by RNA polymerase
 
synthesized in the nucleus
 
 
 

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