There is one double helix DNA molecule per chromosome.
Both DNA and RNA can exist in the double helix form, but only DNA is completely stable as a double helix. The double helix RNA is usually only short "hairpin" sections folding back on itself, never the long essentially linear form of double helix DNA.
the third step in dna replication is when 2 dna double helix form together to form other dna double helix.
A bacterial chromosome is most likely an entire double-helix DNA molecule (like most DNA molecules, but in a bacterium).
DNA forms a double helix.
A double helix.
In late anaphase and G1 of interphase, a chromosome is unreplicated and consists of a single DNA double helix. A replicated chromosome contains two identical DNA double helices.
DNA is a long, double helix. When you take that helix and wind it tightly around proteins called histones, then it is known as a chromosome.
the highly coiled form of DNA is a double helix.
The DNA molecule forms a double helix. The linear DNA chromosomes of eukaryotes form a highly supercoiled double helix.
a double helix
A double helix structure
Scientists by the name of James Watson and Francis Crick discovered DNA to be in the form of a double helix.
The whole DNA strand is a double helix.
Nitrogenous base, base pair, DNA double helix, gene, chromatid, chromosome, cell - roughly.
AnswerDNA forms the chromosomes which are contained in the nucleus. The DNA molecule is made up of a double helix forming one chromatid of the chromosome.
no, it is only DNA that has a double helix. RNA's never have a double helix. RNA's are single helix structures.
The double helix IS DNA - its what the spiral structure of the DNA is called. :) hope it helped
No RNA is a single-stranded chain of nucleotides. The double helix is formed by two nucleotide strands of DNA not RNA. RNA can form secondary structures, but not the double helix seen with DNA.
The enzyme Helicase unzips the DNA double helix
DNA, deoxyribonucleic acid, has a double helix shape,
In the DNA. The term "double helix" refers to the structure of DNA.