Problem: In an animal cell, DNA may be found A) only in the nucleus.B) only in the nucleus and mitochondria. C) only in the nucleus and rough ER.D) in the nucleus, mitochondria, and rough ER 

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Recall: Animal cells contain both nuclear and mitochondrial DNA.

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In an animal cell, DNA may be found 

A) only in the nucleus.

B) only in the nucleus and mitochondria. 

C) only in the nucleus and rough ER.

D) in the nucleus, mitochondria, and rough ER 

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