Eukaryotes- DNA is located inside the _______________. The DNA molecules wrap around proteins, which forms something called a ___________________. Then, they coil together even more to form strands of ____________________.
nucleus > histone > nucleosome?
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i sowie i dont know the last one
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The nucleosome core particle consists of approximately 147 base pairs of DNA wrapped in 1.67 left-handed superhelical turns around a histone octamer consisting of 2 copies each of the core histones H2A, H2B, H3, and H4.Core particles are connected by stretches of "linker DNA", which can be up to about 80 bp long. Technically, a nucleosome is defined as the core particle plus one of these linker regions; however the word is often synonymous with the core particle. Genome-wide nucleosome positioning maps are now available for many model organisms including mouse liver and brain.
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So it would be nucleus > histone > nucleosome?
For the last one, wouldn't it be chromosomes? That's my guess
Ugh, I mean the second one
so nucleus > chromosomes > nucleosome?
I guess so :p
Yeah, it can't be histones (that's the type of protein or something)
Any of a group of basic proteins found in chromatin.
So proteins--histones--can't be the thing that occurs when DNA wraps around proteins