A chromosome is a threadlike strand of DNA in the cell nucleus that carries the genes in a linear order. It is also known as tightly wound DNA. It is a structure that DNA wraps around.
A chromosome is an organized structure of DNA and protein that is found in cells. It is a single piece of coiled DNA containing many genes, regulatory elements and other nucleotide sequences. Chromosomes also contain DNA-bound proteins, which serve to package the DNA and control its functions.
Chromosomes vary widely between different organisms. The DNA molecule may be circular or linear, and can be composed of 10,000 to 1,000,000,000 nucleotides in a long chain.
Cells may contain more than one type of chromosome; for example, mitochondria in most eukaryotes and chloroplasts in plants have their own small chromosomes.
Chromosomes are the essential unit for cellular division and must be replicated, divided, and passed successfully to their daughter cells so as to ensure the genetic diversity and survival of their progeny.
Chromosomal recombination plays a vital role in genetic diversity. If these structures are manipulated incorrectly, through processes known as chromosomal instability and translocation, the cell may undergo mitotic catastrophe and die, or it may aberrantly evade apoptosis leading to the progression of cancer.
In practice "chromosome" is a rather loosely defined term. In prokaryotes and viruses, the term genophore is more appropriate when no chromatin is present. However, a large body of work uses the term chromosome regardless of chromatin content. The simplest genophores are found in viruses: these DNA or RNA molecules are short linear or circular genophores that often lack structural proteins.
Chromosomal DNA encodes most or all of an organism's genetic information; some species also contain plasmids or other extrachromosomal genetic elements.
Structure in nucleus made of DNA and protein. Sections of a chromosomes are genes.
structure in a cell's nucleuse thaat contians genetic material
A chromeosome is organized structure of DNA and protein that is found in cells.
coiled strands of genetic material
coiled strands of genetic material
Chromosome serial number of genes No. 1 chromosome 3186 On the 2nd chromosome 2093 On the 3rd chromosome 1638 On the 4th chromosome 1300 On the 5th chromosome 1448 On the 6th chromosome 1843 On the 7th chromosome 1722 On the 8th chromosome 1162 On the 9th chromosome 1394 On the 10th chromosome 1259 On the 11th chromosome 2000 On the 12th chromosome 1509 On the 13th chromosome 611 On the 14th chromosome 1420 On the 15th chromosome 1143 On the 16th chromosome 1270 On the 17th chromosome 1650 On the 18th chromosome 480 On the 19th chromosome 1861 On the 20th chromosome 824 On the 21st chromosome 386 On the 22nd chromosome 812 The MT 37 X-chromosome 1529 Y chromosome 344 [Total of 32921]
1 chromosome can either refer to a duplicated chromosome or a single chromosome. Half of a duplicated chromosome is a single chromosome. Half of a single chromosome is an arm.
in a homologous chromosome there are two chromosomes ( a chromosome and a sister chromosome)
What is the function of a chromosome
An x chromosome is specifically a feminine chromosome. With a x and y chromosome its male, with a x and x, it is a female.
chromosome 1 chromosome 1
No, it is the X chromosome which is larger than the Y chromosome. The X chromosome also has more genes than the Y chromosome.
No, the X chromosome is much larger than the Y chromosome. :)
Chromosome does not have an antonym.