Whats the difference between a gene, a chromsome and dna

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DNA is an acid which contains many base pairs (bases are guanine, cytosine, adenine, thymine).
A Gene is a length of DNA with a certain number of base pairs which codes for a certain phenotype
A Chromosone is DNA that has been packaged neatly, ready for mitosis or meiosis.
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Biology for GCSE...simplistically...

Gene - basically the unit of inheritance and the short section of DNA

Chromosome - found in nucleus, chromosomes made from long strains of DNA

DNA - carries genetic material (genetic code) that will determine characteristics - a large and complex molecule

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