What Protects the Chromosomes in Eukaryotes
Q: What protects the chromosomes in eukaryotes?
What protects the chromosomes in eukaryotes?
The nucleus of a cell is a structure in the cytoplasm that is surrounded by a membrane (the nuclear membrane) and contains, and protects, most of the cell's DNA.
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