Origin of chromosome
Examples from the Web for chromosomes
Contemporary Examples of chromosomes
Telomeres are the tips at the ends of our chromosomes that protect our DNA.The New Science of Reverse Aging
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Historical Examples of chromosomes
The number of chromosomes in the human cell is said to be forty-eight.
A daughter-nucleus is reconstructed in each cell from the chromosomes.
That means that there is a determiner for it which is grouped with other determiners in one of the chromosomes.
We now know that these chromosomes are the actual controllers of heredity.
Every cell in our bodies has its nucleus with its equipment of chromosomes.
The small bodies in the nucleus of a cell that carry the chemical “instructions” for reproduction of the cell. They consist of strands of DNA wrapped in a double helix around a core of proteins. Each species of plant or animal has a characteristic number of chromosomes. For human beings, for example, it is forty-six.