What encloses there DNA in a nucleus?
Does bacteria enclose their DNA in a nucleus?
Does E coli enclose their DNA in a nucleus?
Is DNA enclosed in a nucleus prokaryotic or eukaryotic?
|Prokaryotic Cells||Eukaryotic Cells|
|DNA||Single circular piece of DNA||Multiple chromosomes|
Which of the following do not enclose their genetic material in a nucleus?
What might happen if the DNA was not enclosed in the nucleus?
Without DNA, cells could not reproduce, which would mean extinction of the species. Normally, the nucleus makes copies of chromosomal DNA, then segments of DNA recombine, and next the chromosomes divide twice, forming four haploid egg or sperm cells.