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Nucleotide differ from one another because of their pentose sugar,strands and nitrogenous bases..

For example:
                                                   DNA                              RNA
Pentose sugar                         Deoxyribose                       Ribose   
Strands                                Double-stranded              Single-stranded
Nitrogenous Bases                     A-T-G-C                         A-U-G-C

A-adenine          A-same
T-thymine          U-uracil   
G-guanine          G-same     
C-cytosine         C-same

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The one part of a nucleotide that differs among the different nucleotide is the base...

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