RNA is basically dna with an extra oxygen and uracil in place of thymine
They are the same. The DNA is the same everywhere in the body.
Chimps have one less chromosome than humans. that is why if we try to interbreed we could never create offspring...well only in rare cases... but our offspring would have down… syndrome... or something of that extent.
They have the same nucleotides (A, T, C, G) and structure (double helix and chromosomes), and have a lot of the same genes, but a lot of genes differ, also.
cause there is parts of the parents DNA in the smaller ones
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Very little. The content and structure is almost identical. The only difference is found in a few base pairs here and there.
both have the same DNA , but rna repalces t with u , they both are helix shaped but DNA is a double helix. DNA is made from ribose, but the ribose in RNA has OH group on carb…on 2 and DNA only has a hydrogen on carbon 2. DNA uses the bases thyamine, adenine, guanine and cytosine, wherase RNA uses uracil instead of thyamine. mRNA is a single strand of only a few hundred or thousand bases, DNA has many thousands of bases and is double stranded. tRNA is a strand of RNA pleated in a clover shape. It consists of about 100 base pairs. rRNA is RNA that binds with protiens to form a ribosome. These are the main types of RNA.
it is identical, :)
Technically, it should be identical. The DNA should be exactally the same. This is what makes it a clone.
well, they can compare because of evolution and who knows 1000 years ago it might of have been the same animal>=)
During the processes of DNA replication and transcription, the two strands of the DNA molecule separate, or "unzip", so that the two strands can be copied by DNA nucleotides, …or the anti-sense strand of DNA can be transcribed by mRNA.
DNA is DNA however how it is arranged is different from organism to organism. The differences can be slight or substantial as can the number of chromosomes.
No, all living organisms have a slightly different to a very different DNA pattern. No living organism is alike. Not even people or animals related to another.