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heena

  • 3 years ago

in which part of human body the chromosomes were absent...

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  1. JonnyMcA
    • 3 years ago
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    red blood cells have no chromosomes.

  2. mellinia
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    Cells that do not have nucleus basically doesn't have them. e.g. the cells that make up our eye lens, red blood cells, etc

  3. aks42
    • 3 years ago
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    where nucleus is absent..............

  4. blueberries12
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    the nucleus is where all the genetic information is contained in eukaryotes, so in cells like platelets and red blood cells, which are un-nucleated, the chromosomes (genetic material) is absent.

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