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BIO 190
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Elaine Sia
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Chapter 2 Why do dyes that interact with DNA produce different intensities of staining? CHromatin varies in compactness along the length of the chromosome. Dense chromatin is often found flanking the centromere. Dense is called herterchromatin and the less dense is called the euchromoatin. What is the nucleolar organizer? In the chromosome, the nuclear organizer is a unique region that is usuyally on a specific chromosome, which contains mutiple repeats of ghenese encoding ribosomal RNA. What are telomeres and chromosomal bands? Telomeres are the tips of the chromosomes When chromosomes are stained chriomsomes of some specicies show characterisitc transverse chromosol
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