Problem: Nuclear pores apparently permit the passage of onlya. chromosomes outwardb. glucose molecules outwardc. assembled DNA molecules outwardd. proteins inward and outward, but RNA only outward 

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Nuclear pores apparently permit the passage of only

a. chromosomes outward

b. glucose molecules outward

c. assembled DNA molecules outward

d. proteins inward and outward, but RNA only outward

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