How many DNA strands are there in humans?
An adult human contains around 100,000,000,000,000 cells, each cell has 46 chromosomes so that would yield 4,600,000,000,000,000 strands but there is DNA in mitochondria too!
10000 DNA strands.
There are 2 strands of nucleotides in DNA.
DNA is composed of two strands of DNA nucleotides.
After a single DNA replication, there will be a total of four DNA strands.
There are 12 strands of DNA in a human body
two strands. DNA is in a double helix shape.
At the end of Dna replication two new strands of dna have been formed giving a total of four strands of dna
At the beginning of DNA replication there are two strands of DNA nucleotides.
2 strands in total I believe.
It has sixty-nine strands.
DNA is double stranded (2 strands). However, it is noted that there are some viruses with single-stranded DNA.
i believe its 2. correct me if im wrong
DNA consists of two strands of nucleotides twisted into a double helix.
DNA is made of 2 strands so when it replicates the strands separate and 2 new strands complete the old strands. leaving 4 strands making 2 sets of DNA, both sets of DNA consist of one old strand and one new strand.- Sierra A. Buchanan
There is no such thing called a DNA nucleus. I assume you mean DNA found in the nucleus. The DNA that's found in the nucleus are many DNA strands all bunched up.
2 polynucleotide strands make up a DNA and these strands are held togatehr by hydrogen bonds. In D.N.A there are 2 polynucleotide strands in R.N.A there is usually 1 polynucleotide strand.
DNA helicase unwinds the DNA strands in transcription; helicases also serve many other functions when the separation of two nucleic acid strands are required. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNA_helicase
DNA molecule is normally double stranded
we started with a single strand DNA molecule.
One mRNA strand is made.
There should be two nucleotide strands, hence the name of the double helix.
Strands of DNA are called chromosomes.
DNA replication involves producing new copies of DNA molecules how many DNA strands exist after one molecule of DNA has been replicated?
After a molecule of DNA replicates, two double-stranded molecules are formed. This results in a total of four strands of DNA.
1 strand of naked genomic DNA cut by certain enzymes.
In DNA, denaturation means that the strands have been separated. When the strands of DNA have been heated, they will become separated into individual strands.
DNA strands held together by are separated by an when DNA copies itself.
every and any DNA strand can constitue to a chromosome :)
DNA consist of two helical strands bonded with bases
Are the dna strands of an unborn child damage if the mother is on herion during her pregency and how many strands are affected?
Absolutely they are affected. Infinitely many strands. Many variables go into how severe the birth defects will be.
DNA helicase, unwinds the double stranded DNA into two separate strands of DNA. This allows the DNA to replicate by building complementary strands to the original strands.
seperates the strands od DNA molecules
This means the two strands of DNA are complementary.
The two strands of DNA are connected by hydrogen bonds.
Scientificamerican has a lot of information on DNA strands. There are also books available on eBay or Amazon that also provides more information on DNA strands.
DNA stores all the hereditary information in an individual. DNA is not one molecule though. It consists of two strands, each made up of many nucleotides. The two strands are linked together by hydrogen bonds. There are many strands of DNA is one organism's cells, depending on the number of chromosomes in that species.
In humans, many enzymes are involved in DNA replication. Among them are: DNA polymerase I DNA polymerase III Ligase Primase Helicase DNA polymerase I and III perform the bulk of the actual reproduction--their job is to add nucleotides to the growing strands. The others perform specialized functions and are essential to the process.
the two strands of DNA are held together by the centromere.
two and the shape is like a ladder
The DNA double helix contains two coiled biopolymer strands. The double helix was discovered by James Watson and Francis Crick.
RNA polymerase binds to DNA and separates the DNA strands. RNA polymerase then uses one strands of DNA as a template from which nucleotides are assembled into a strands of RNA
One advantage of DNA molecules having two strands is in the duplication. Two strands ensure the same DNA will be replicated as in the original.
Enzymes can cut a gene out of a chromosome, but this contains many strands of DNA.
The DNA molecule has two strands connected by a sugar phosphate backbone.
there are MANY enzymes that help the unwinding and unzipping of DNA, but the one that actually does the "unzipping" is called DNA helicase
In a cell, the tangles of long strands of DNA form the
This is not a proper question. "The DNA molecule ________, or unzips, into two strands."
DNA strands are held together by hydrogen bonds.