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What does DNA do to a cell?

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Answered 2010-12-22 23:31:49

DNA is the genetic "instructions" for how the cell should replicate. It also controls the behavior of the cell.

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The cell DNA is in the nucleus.


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definetly a cell. Inside cells are DNA


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