Why Is DNA Important?


DNA is important due to the fact that it is the prerequisite for life's inception. It is responsible for the transfer of hereditary information and it also plays a big role in controlling the production of proteins.
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Every cell of every living organism contains a vital chemical component called deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). DNA contains the genetic code to the cell and organism's design, function
DNA transcription is important because the information that is contained in DNA can not be transferred to other cells in the body because DNA can't leave the nucleus. This means that
DNA is the chemical inside the nucleus of a cell that carries the genetic instructions for making living organisms. Previous question: What are the main components of the nucleus?
DNA, or DeoxyriboNucleic Acid is important because it is what give you your genetic
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DNA is important as it hold information about how we are biologically. DNA is individual just like a fingerprint. It can help determine the identity of a person whether for a criminal case or a missing person case.
DNA is the instructions for your body. DNA tells your body when, how, and what kind of ways to grow. It gives you your personality, your eyes, your smile, your hair color and even your shoe size!
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