The DNA in a cell is contained within its own double-membrane layer. It has pores which allow things like RNA through, but for the most part it blocks the cytoplasmic enzymes.
definetly a cell. Inside cells are DNA
The nucleus which is inside the cell contains the DNA
they get DNA from cells because the cell has a nucleus inside the nucleus u can find the chromosomes inside the chromosomes there is what we call the DNA inside it we can find the genes
DNA is inside the cells Nucleus so how could it have a "cell" membrane? Aha! You didn't know that did you? You. DNA are what fills up the middle of a nucleus inside of a cell. The nucleus is the "brain" of the cell.
Inside the DNA
It keeps the inside cell protected
DNA inside Genes, Genes inside Chromosomes, Chromosones inside Necleus of a cell unless the cell is a bacteria. Bacteria dont have nuclei.
There is approximately 6ft of DNA inside a single cell.
inside the cell there is a tiny strand of DNA
DNA and the nucleulus are in the nucleus, which is protected by the nuclear membrane.
In any living cell, eukaryotic or prokaryotic, yes, the DNA is found within the cell.
The cell nucleus is the control center of the cell, and contains DNA.
The nucleus, inside the cell.
Its just called DNA or Deoxyribonucleic Acid. And you can find it in the nucleus, an compartiment in the cell
inside the nucleus
The nucleus holds the DNA in a eukaryotic cell and it freely floats around inside a prokaryotic cell
The DNA is in a form of a chromosome which is housed inside a nucleus.
In eukaryotic cells, DNA is contained in the nucleus.
The DNA Lives inside the nucleolus, which is inside the nucleus, which is part (usually the center) of an animal cell.
it is the boss, commander, or headquarters of the cell containing dna and protected by the nuclear membrane
All DNA is located inside of the cell nucleus