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In a Eukaryotic cell almost all DNA is in the nucleus (plus some in mitochondria, + chloroplasts)

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In a eukaryotic cell the chromosomes are in the nucleus.



The genes where you would expect to find a eukaryotic cell is the in the DNA within the cellâ??s nucleus. It also can be found within the mitochondria.


In the nucleus of a eukaryotic cell. In the cytoplasm of a prokaryotic cell.


In a eukaryotic cell( multi celled/ uni celled), you would find DNA in the nucleus. In a prokaryotic cell( only unicellular) you would find it in the cytoplasm.


Genes are in chromosomes.They are in nucleus.


inside a eukaryotic cell, there is an organelle called the golgi body


only eukaryotic cells have a nucleus if it is prokaryotic cells don't have nuclei


Everywhere! Plants (Plantae) are eukaryotic organisms, so all of their cells will be eukaryotic. Organisms with membrane bound organelles (the things inside a cell, like mitochondria and the nucleus) are generally eukaryotic.


You would only find a rough endoplasmic reticulum in a eukaryote cell.


Yes, a eukaryotic cell contains Deoxyribonucleicacid (DNA) in the nucleus of the cell. If the cell has a nucleus, that's where you'll find the DNA. The only cells without a nucleus are Prokaryotes.


Chromosomes are found within the nucleus


For an eukaryotic cell (e.g. human cell), it is found in the nucleus. Genetic material is not bound by membrane in prokaryotic cells (e.g. bateria) but is found in a region called the nucleoid. For an eukaryotic cell, some genetic material can also be found inside the mitochondria and chloroplasts.


A Nucleus is not a cell. It is found in Eukaryotic cells and the necleus controls the cell. You will not find a Nucleus in a Prokaryotic cell. Prokaryotic cells are simpler and do not have a nucleus or organelles. A Eukaryotic cell is more complex and has a necleus and organelles.


Mitochondria - as this is where respiration (the conversion of glucose to ATP) occurs.


Well some would be the nucleus, cell membrane, vacuoles and mitochondria.



If it is a Eukaryotic cell you can find DNA in:1) Nucleus2) Mitochondria3) Chloroplast if it is a plant cellIf it is a prokaryotic cell then all DNA is found in the cytoplasm


You will only find red blood cells in eukaryote organisms.




You would find them in a nucleaus inside the cell.


Where in a cell wall would you find this organelle


All eukaryotic cells have a membrane-enclosed nucleus. Only bacteria and archaea lack a nucleus and their DNA is simply diffused throughout the cell.


The chloroplasts, since that is where glucose is made in a plant cell.



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