Organization of DNA in the Cell Video Lessons

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Concept: Organization of DNA in the Cell

Problem: Identify whether each statement about this cell model is true or false.Drag "True" or "False" to the end of each statement.True           FalseThere are 12 chromosomes.There are 12 chromatids.Each chromatid contains a single molecule of double-stranded DNA.Each chromatid within a chromosome contains the same set of genes.Each chromosome contains both DNA and protein. 

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There are 12 chromosomes. → FALSE

There are 6 replicated chromosomes.

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Problem Details

Identify whether each statement about this cell model is true or false.

Drag "True" or "False" to the end of each statement.

True           False

There are 12 chromosomes.

There are 12 chromatids.

Each chromatid contains a single molecule of double-stranded DNA.

Each chromatid within a chromosome contains the same set of genes.

Each chromosome contains both DNA and protein. 

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