The dark-staining structures that carry the genetic material are?
dark-staining structures within the nucleus called nucleoli.
Cell structures that carry the genetic material that is copied and passed from generation to generation of cells?
Genetic material is stored in the nucleus of a cell, called nuclear DNA. The ribosomes are free floating organelles that process genetic information into proteins determined by "codons" and the Endoplasmic Reticulum helps transfer the newly synthesized proteins to their destination. So it is stored in the nucleus but travels along and within many other different structures within a cell
during sporulation ( spore formation from vegetative cell) genetic material (DNA) is degraded....it doesnt carry "genetic material" as awhole but carries all of its components- bases, sugars, phosphates...during or before germination ( spore to new organism) polymerization of these components' united structure ( nucleotide) occurs.
Do the human sperm and egg cell each normally carry one third of the genetic information of the potential offspring?
Reproduction is the process of making new individuals of a species. In the case of humans, it is sex followed by fertilization, pregnancy, and finally birth. When the man's sperm meets the woman's egg they join together to form the baby. The sperm and the egg each carry half of the genetic material used to make the new baby, and this genetic material is inherited from the parents. So basically when a baby is born…
nucleus is the control Center of the cell which contain the genetic material of the cell. in a nucleus it has chromosomes which contain the genetic material of the cell and are essential for the cell division.They act as the control for cell activities as they carry information for the synthesis of protein.nucleus produce ribosome and RNA . chromosomes have essential rules in a nucleus for cell division.
Large molecules that carry genetic information are called NUCLEIC ACIDS There are two kinds of nucleic acids-the DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID (DNA) and The RIBONUCLEIC ACID (RNA) .They differ in their structures and functions.Similar to a blueprint for a builder, DNA carries the instructions that control the activities of a cell which is also similar to a builder, RNA uses those instructions to make proteins.