What cell part contains an organism’s genome?

What cell half comprises an organism’s genome?

Reply 1

What cell half comprises an organism’s genome? The nucleus

Reply 2

Your reply could be the nuclious

Reply 3

B.Nucleus is the cell half that comprises an organism’s genome.

Reply 4

Nucleus is the reply

Reply 5

Nucleus is the cell half that comprises an organism’s genome.

Reply 6

NUCLEUS Rationalization: Nucleus is the cell half that comprises an organism’s genome.

Reply 7

Nucleus Rationalization: nucleus is the a part of cell that comprises the genetic materials i.e, the genome of an organism. nucleus is taken into account as the middle of the cell.

Reply 8

Q is What cell half comprises an organism’s genome? A is nucleus

Reply 9

This belongs within the bio part however the construction are the chromosomes that include the DNA strands themselves containing the genetic info of any residing issues

Reply 10

In people, a replica of the whole genome (greater than 3 million DNA base pairs) is contained within the nucleus.

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