True or false RNA is almost always single stranded.
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Source: http://www.ehow.com/how_6399987_role-mrna-messenger.htm...Functions within the cell cause the two strands of DNA to unzip. The single strands of DNA are then able to manufacture RNA by again lining up bases opposite the bases on the single strand.
it is always a single strandTRUE
it's a weird question. RNA is single stranded generally. However RNA will fold and form hairpin loops and other structures which may be double stranded. But if you are like which one is single-stranded and which one is double stranded ...then yeah RNA is single stranded