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# The macromolecule RNA is common to all living beings, and DN

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The macromolecule RNA is common to all living beings, and DN [#permalink]  11 Jan 2017, 08:04
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The macromolecule RNA is common to all living beings, and DNA, which is found in all organisms except some bacteria, is almost _____.

□ comprehensive

□ fundamental

□ inclusive

□ universal

□ significant

□ ubiquitous

[Reveal] Spoiler: OA
D and F

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Re: The macromolecule RNA is common to all living beings, and DN [#permalink]  13 Jan 2017, 08:24
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Choices D and F ​are correct ­ both “universal” and “ubiquitous” mean “everywhere”, which creates a very similar meaning to “common to all” in the very first part of the sentence.
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