Where is DNA found in the cell ?

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DNA is located in the cell nucleus (nuclear DNA). However, DNA can also be found in mitochondria and is known as mitochondrial DNA. An important property of DNA is that it can replicate.
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The nucleus, or center, DNA or Dioxyribonucleic acid. The DNA is in the chrimosomes in the middle of the cell.
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In human cells DNA is only found in the nucleus.
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In Eukaryotic cells, such as humans, DNA is found within the NUCLEUS. In Prokaryotic cells, such as bacteria, the DNA is found throughout the cell, generally in structures known as
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DNA consists of two sugar-phosphate backbones with bases attached to each. The bases form hydrogen bonds with each other across the center of the helix. There are four bases found
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Well, all the chromosomal DNA is stored in the cell nucleus. Some eukaryotic organelles, such as mitochondria, also contain some of the DNA.
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