Which Of The Following Terms Describes The DNA–protein Complexes That Look Like Beads On A String?

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Which Of The Following Terms Describes The Dna–protein Complexes That Look Like Beads On A String?

a. Chromatin
b. Histones
c. Nucleosome
d. 30-nanometer fiber

Answer

c. Nucleosome.

A nucleosome is a structural unit of a eukaryotic chromosome, consisting of a length of DNA coiled around a core of histones. This is thus the beads on the string (chromatin).

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