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In a simple genetic context, DNA makes RNA, which forms amino acids which form A. alleles B. proteins C. cell bodies D. your genotype
B. DNA and RNA directs the making of proteins. [ ] [ DNA naturally occurs in a double stranded form, with nucleotides on each ... A change to the DNA in a gene can change a protein's amino acids, .... The set of alleles for a
given organism is called its genotype, while the .... Haploid cells fuse and combine genetic material to create a diploid cell with paired chromosomes ]
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User: In a simple genetic context, DNA makes RNA, which forms amino acids which form A. alleles B. proteins C. cell bodies D. your genotype

Weegy: B. DNA and RNA directs the making of proteins. [ ] [ DNA naturally occurs in a double stranded form, with nucleotides on each ... A change to the DNA in a gene can change a protein's amino acids, .... The set of alleles for a given organism is called its genotype, while the .... Haploid cells fuse and combine genetic material to create a diploid cell with paired chromosomes ]
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