The cell nucleus contains hereditary material, though in bacteria the hereditary material is held elsewhere in the cell.
DNA is found in the nucleus of the cell.
The hereditary material in a bacterial cell can be in the form of both DNA and RNA. The hereditary material is packed into a circular chromosome.
The hereditary material of the cell is the DNA.
The gel like substance found inside the cell is
In the Nucleus of the cell,.
the hereditary material inside a cell is called deoxyribonucleic acid, DNA, which contains chromosomes.
The nucleus is where chromosomes reside (unless the cell is dividing). The chromosomes are the cells hereditary material.
The Nucleolus of the Nucleus in any eukaryotic cell contains the hereditary material. While, prokaryotic cells hereditary material is located within the cell membrane floating freely in the cytoplasm.
The hereditary material in a cell is deoxyribnucleaic acid (DNA).
it contains the hereditary material in a cell,(DNA).
Hereditary material is held in the nucleus of non-bacterial cells.
Usually the nucleus which directs cell activities, contains instructions for cell functions. These instructions are found on hereditary material called DNA.
With the exception of bacteria cells, hereditary material is held in the cell's nucleus.
the nucleus in the cell
A cells hereditary material is called DNA. There are about 30,000 genes in each cell of the human body.