DNA is the same in all organisms because we are basically animals
it carries genetic information
The most important similarity is the presence of DNA in organisms of all three domains.
All organisms have DNA. DNA allows organisms to produce offspring similar to themselves.
It means that the DNA is the main source in the cell and has the most important job, therefore, uniting the cells.
DNA is the genetic material in animals, plants, and bacteria. All living organisms have DNA.
All organisms have DNA. Retroviruses contain only RNA, but viruses aren't strictly "organisms".
DNA created by the combination of DNA from two different organisms is called recombinant DNA or chimeric DNA.
Yes. Bacteria are living organisms. All living organisms have DNA.
Changes in DNA cause changes in organisms.
eg for organisms which carry recombinant DNA : Ecoli
Nuleic acids (DNA, RNA) are important information carrying molecules in all living organisms. DNA is generally used to carry the genetic information of living organisms and RNA is genereally involved in the transcription (mRNA) and translation (tRNA) processes that result in the production of proteins from genes coded by DNA.
Yes, all organisms have DNA.
Yes all organisms have DNA
Yes, eukaryotic organisms have DNA.
All living organisms have DNA..
Well recombinant DNA are DNA that have DNA parts from other organisms. The DNA from the organisms, at least two, are then combined using modern engineering techniques. -Hope I answered your question
Phosphorus is essential to living organisms because it forms a part of vital molecules such as DNA and RNA.
Chromosomes contain organisms' DNA. DNA is the genetic information that controls the traits of organisms. Chromosomes are found on DNA.
Yes. The basic structure of DNA is universal for all organisms.
It allows scientist to study specific genes of an organisms DNA.
Yes, as organisms, eukaryotes contain DNA.