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Which of the following are the functions of RNA?
A. It is a carrier of genetic information from DNA to ribosomes synthesising polypeptides.
B. It carries amino acids to ribosomes.
C. It is a constituent component of ribosomes.
D. All of the above.
a. m-RNA or Messenger RNA is a carrier of genetic information from DNA to ribosomes synthesising polypeptides.
b. t-RNA or transfer RNA carries amino acids to ribosomes.
c. r-RNA or ribosomal RNA is the constituent component of ribosomes.
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