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Describe the relationships between cell, nucleus, chromosome, DNA, gene?

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Answer #1 | 23/07 2014 17:05
Cell is two kinds primitive (Prokaryotes) like bacteria and advanced like Eukaryotas like whales and us Nucleus is where the genetic information found and DNA thats the control center of the cell its like the protein synthesis and its called rRNA, DNA is the set of genes that has all the genetic information that your body need to synthesis all kinds of protein needed for your hair to grow, bones.....etc gene is the recipe for synthesize certain protein needed for certain function hope this helps
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Answer #3 | 23/07 2014 19:13
Cell is the smallest living unit, which contains among other organelles, a nucleus, which contains chromatin which gets organised to form chromosome, which is made up of DNA and proteins; some DNA of which contains information in terms of codes for RNA, is called gene..***:D
Answer #4 | 24/07 2014 02:26
A eukaryotic cell contains organelles - such as mitochondria, lysosomes, Golgi complexes, etc. - in its cytoplasm. The nucleus is probably the most important organelle because it houses most of the cell's DNA, in the form of chromosomes. A chromosome is a long, linear molecule of DNA along with associated proteins (such as histones). Along any single chromosome's DNA is a number of genes; often times hundreds of genes. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. http://media.web.britannica.com/eb-media/16/166816-004-5EA0F269.jpg
Answer #5 | 23/07 2014 16:24
No. The way the universe works has not changed. The way we describe that however, in what we call the laws, has altered when we have found new information, and been clarified by that new information.
Answer #6 | 23/07 2014 16:25
Since you weren't there to see it, there's no way to know. For instance, the Earth used to be flat, but all the water from the great flood running off eroded the edges until the planet was nearly round - as it is to this very day. Since you weren't there to see it, then what I imagine must be the truth. - Ken Hamm
Answer #7 | 23/07 2014 16:25
Or perhaps Man doesn't understand that God isn't under any such Law.
Answer #8 | 23/07 2014 17:40
No, by definition, the laws of physics in our universe have not changed; they are the laws by which our universe evolved from a tiny discontinuity in time space to the nearly 14 billion year old space.time it is today. But what has certainly changed is our understanding and description of those laws. Where we once attributed volcanic actions to the god Pele, we now know they are simply the result of natural causes, those laws of nature. And as Hawking says it in his "The Grand Design" mankind has a good handle now on what those laws are.
Answer #9 | 26/07 2014 15:22
The LAWS of physics have never changed.

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