anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the function of dna and where is it found in a eukaryote cell
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kasim17
  • kasim17
"High Molecular Weight" DNA (Eukaryotic DNA) is found within the nucleus, bound to histone proteins. These constitute a chromosome.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Function: to hold the hereditary information that guides the cell in making new proteins. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › NCBI › Literature great site for info on structure and function of DNA.
thivitaa
  • thivitaa
DNA holds the genetic information of the cell that can be passed down to the daughter cells after meiosis. also dna provides protein that is used for the cell activities.

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