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27 August, 07:22

The DNA double Helex can be tightly coiled around proteins to form a?

A. nucleotide

B. chromosome

C. Gene

D. genome

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  1. 27 August, 08:14
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    That's answer is B because that is the only protein that the double helix can tightly coil around
  2. 27 August, 09:04
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    The answer is chromosome
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