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. Name the live nitrogen bases found in DNA and RNA. Which base is found commonly in RNA but not in DNA? Which base is found commonly in DNA but not in RNA?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Interpret 5 bases present in DNA and RNA. Interpret the base present in RNA but not in DNA and vice versa.

Concept Introduction:

Nucleotide consist of nitrogenous base linked with pentose sugar along with phosphoric acid.

In DNA deoxyribose sugar is present and in RNA ribose sugar is present. In RNA, uracil is present as base in place of thymine which is present in DNA.

In DNA deoxyribose sugar is present and in RNA ribose sugar is present.

Explanation

Purine and pyrimidine are the classes of bases such as purine contains adenine and Guanine while pyrimidine contains cytosine and thymine or uracil.

DNA contains adenine, guanine, cytosine and thymine but except adenin...

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