When a cell needs to divide, it condenses all of the DNA into a complex ball called chromatin. Usually (during interphase), the DNA is unwound and it looks like a bunch of hair in the cell. However, come dividing time, there needs to be some organization. The chromosomes wind themselves up around these bead like proteins called nucleosomes. Them they fold up into something called scaffolding. It keeps going until it forms the commenly known shape of an "X" as seen in the pictures of divinding cells. Then, so there is metaphase, where all of the chromosomes (the "X's") line up in the middle. The cell need to push and pull hald of the chromosomes to one pole and half to the other pole. So, the centriole shoots out a bunch of hair like things (actin-myosin fibers) to the center of the cell. The ends of these hairs connect to the kinetochore (in the center of the X) and to each other in the center of the cell. Then, when all of the hairs are hooked up, they push and pull on each other until they are far enough apart (and with equal chromosomes on both sides) that the cell can cave in and divide.
first of all, everyday is spelled wring in your question. An analogy for chromatin is the internet, giving you the knowledge to peform actions. haha you spelled "wrong" and "perform" incorrectly. how embarrassing.
that is not correct
In an analogy comparing the cell to a school, the chromatin could be the Assistant Principal/s because they carry the information the principal ordered.
A cell analogy for chromatin could be something like a library. This is because it serves at a single hub for human genes' genetic information.
a chromatin is like a library because it stores all of our genetic information into millions of different genes
Chromatin can be compared to a library. This is because it stores all genetic information into millions of different genes.
a library because it stores all the information
Hi, I think Chromatin could be compared to a library because it has information about the genes, just as a library has information we need , the Chromatin has gene info the nucleus need. By Edgar Garcia-Wayland Academy
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exocytosis is where products fuse out of the cells eg secretion
Chromatin can't "condense of" anything, chromatin can condense into Chromosomes.
Yes, they do have chromatin.
Chromatin is always present in the cell. Chromosomes are composed of chromatin
Chromatin is a combination of protein and DNA. Chromatin is found in the nucleus of the cell.
I'm not a chromatin, but chromatin is the long strands of genetic material floating in the nucleus
Yes they do have chromatin.
Chromatin transforms into chromosomes
Chromatin is inside a nuclei.
In the Chromatin (can be remembered as chromatin are long and thin). The Chromatin are inside of the nucleus and inside of the Chromatin is the DNA (genetic material).
the chromatin tells the cell what to do. a person is made from their dna, which is in the form of chromosomes and chromatin
Chromatin is found inside nucleus.
Chromatin is contained in the DNA of a cell.
Chromatin are in eukariyotes.They are not in prokariyotes.
A chromatin fiber is the point at which DNA in chromatin is higher then the nucleosome. Chromatin fibers occur when the linear array of the nucleosome fold into a tighter fiber.