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The function of tRNA is to transfer from the cytoplasm to the site of protein synthesis.

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nucleotides
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RNA
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DNA
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amino acids
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The correct option is D amino acids
Transfer RNAs or tRNAs are molecules that act as carriers of amino acids, bringing the appropriate amino acids to the ribosome (protein synthesis site) based on the messenger RNA (mRNA) nucleotide sequence.

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