what is the different between DNA and RNA? how they really associate?
The difference is one oxygen per nucleotide. They really associate through hydrogen bonds.
I suppose this is also nice in showing function and composition:
http://www.slideshare.net/AngellicaSter … na-7353343
Too bad, there is nothing about DNA, but rather about proteins :-/ And there are mistakes.
Thank for the great slide really helping me out appreciate.
Both are nucleic acids containing genetic information with different sugars deoxyribose and ribose sugars
RNA is more than ‘genetic information’. tRNA, microRNA, ribosomes and so on have plethora of other functions. Only mRNA and genome of some viruses falls in ‘genetic information’ type.
RNA has a Uracil pyrimidine base in the place of thymine in DNA as well 🙂
DNA means deoxiribonuclickacid and RNA means ribonuclickacid .And agree with vinayaksabnis .for more details such internet .thanks.
you have interesting spelling. Where is it from?