Chromatin is found inside the nuclei of eukaryotic cells.
Chromatin is located in the nucleus. It is the squiggly stuff between the nuclear envelope an the nucleolus
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 are in eukariyotes.They are not in prokariyotes.
Chromatin is found inside nucleus.
Chromatin is contained in the DNA of a cell.
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.
Chromatin is a mass of DNA located in the nucleus.
chromatin interacts with juice
Cromosomes condenses into chromatin :)
DNA makes up a chromatin.
The chromatin constitutes genes
Chromatin is within the nucleus of eukaryotic cells. There are two main types of chromatin: heterochromatin euchromatin Chromatin deals with DNA and functions to: control strengthen condense
Chromatin are basically uncoiled chromosomes, and chromosomes are made of DNA, therefore, by extension, chromatin is made of DNA.
Chromatin is inside the nucleus during interphase.
Is a chromatin found in an animal cell?
Chromatin is in fact Eukaryotic.