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Eukaryotic genomes (select all that apply) : Group of answer choices have a 3 dimensional DNA architecture supported by a membrane bounded nucleus that choreographs transcription. only rarely contain introns. contain centromeres and telomeres. as a general rule are circular.

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  1. 4 July, 23:09
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    They have a 3 dimensional DNA architecture supported by a membrane bounded nucleus that choreographs transcription.

    They contain centromeres and telomeres.

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    Eukaryotic genomes is made up of the fundamental architectural units that has been developed association between DNA and histone octamers giving rise to nucleosomes leading to the formation of chromatin fibers which in turn is further looped to be condensed inside the minute 3D space of the membrane bound nucleus. They contain many introns unlike the prokaryote that rarely do. Their genome is linear in nature and bears centromeres and telomeres.
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