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. RNA molecules, which are found in the cytoplasm outside the cell nucleus, are much (smaller/larger) than DNA polymers.

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Interpret the size of RNA present in cytoplasm to DNA present in nucleus.

Concept Introduction:

The nucleus may belong to eukaryote may results in transfer of characters to progeny. The nucleus is a dark colored membrane bound organelle found at the centre of the cell. The membrane enclosing the nucleus is known as nuclear membrane. The nucleus containing genetic material or DNA which is responsible for transfer of gene to progeny.

Explanation

DNA is located in the nucleus of cell.

Nucleus of a cell contains DNA which carries hereditary information and helps in transfer of gene of interest from parents to progeny.

RNA gets transcripted from DNA and found on ribosome for further translation...

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