Where can be RNA found in cells

Where can be RNA found in cells?




In the eukaryote cell nucleus, the RNA can be found scattered in the nuclear fluid, all along with DNA, and as the major constituent of the nucleolus. In cytosol (in eukaryotes and in bacteria) RNA molecules can be found free, since structural constituent of ribosome (that is, organelles specialized in protein synthesis) or even related to them in the procedure of making proteins. Chloroplasts and Mitochondria also contain their own RNA and DNA.   

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