The chromosomes contain the DNA, so yes, they are considered
Chromosomes contain genetic material for reproduction.
An organism's genetic material is packaged in its chromosomes. The genetic material can be in the form of either DNA or RNA.
DNA is the genetic material. It is in chromosomes in nucleus.
Swapping of genetic genetic material is when two chromosomes (maternal and paternal) with the same gene sequence exchange genes, this occurs during Phrophase 1 of meiosis by a process called crossing over. Hope this helps.
crossing over is the exchange of genetic material between homologous chromosomes
Chromosomes are are your genetic material. Without them you would not exist.
Your chromosomes contain your genetic material.
Your genetic material is included in your chromosomes. Since you get half of your chromosomes from each parent, you get half of your genetic material from each parent.
Yes. The genetic material is contained in chromosomes which are within the nucleus of the cell.
It depends on how many chromosomes are in one genetic material
Chromosomes contain the genetic material, chromatin matter and DNA
Crossing-over is the process of homologous chromosomes exchanging genetic material during meiosis.
The chromosomes in the nucleus carry all the genetic material in the from of DNA.
coiled strands of genetic material
Chromosomes must replicate so that both cells that are formed from cell division can have the same genetic material.