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The nucleus and a chloroplast of a plant cell both contain DNA,
give 3 ways in which DNA in a chloroplast is different from DNA in the nucleus? (3 marks)
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1. The DNA in chloroplast is circular whereas the DNA in nucleus is linear
2. The DNA in chloroplast is shorter than the DNA in nucleus
3. The DNA in chloroplast isn’t associated with histone proteins whereas the DNA in the nucleus is
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(Original post by DSKE010)
1. The DNA in chloroplast is circular whereas the DNA in nucleus is linear
2. The DNA in chloroplast is shorter than the DNA in nucleus
3. The DNA in chloroplast isn’t associated with histone proteins whereas the DNA in the nucleus is
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