Trying to figure out this take home quiz question out.
How does DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) encode information?
A. In the number of each different nucleotide
B. In the different shapes of the DNA molecules
C. The genes along the length of DNA molecules encode the information for building all the cell's other molecules.
D. The DNA molecule is composed of many amino acids joined together to form a functional protein.
E. In the sequence of nucleotides.
I can't figure out if it's C or E.
My book says "In each cell, the genes along the length of the DNA molecules encode the information for building the cell's other molecules"
but on another paragraph, it says "Genetic information is encoded in specific sequences of the four types of nucleotides"
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