I would say the answer to this question is “the majority of all the above”. This includes not only our dna and genetics, but also our genes, chromosomes, and genes, as well as our chromosomes and genetics, including the epigenetics.
One of the more popular explanations of how chromosomes are arranged in cells is called the “chromosome puzzle.” The simple idea is that every cell contains two circular DNA molecules. One of these holds the code for the genes of the cell, and the other holds the instructions for transferring that code into the daughter cell. The DNA in the daughter cell is then copied into the next cell, and the process repeats itself until the genome is completely copied and the cell is then ready to divide.
The explanation I like best is the one offered by biologist Paul Ehrlich. According to Ehrlich, the chromosomes are held together in some sort of rigid, complex structure called a chromatin. It’s composed of a long strand of DNA that is wrapped around a much smaller, more flexible molecule called histone. These two things are bound together by a protein called DNA binding protein, which holds the DNA in its place.
This structure of DNA and histone is called the euchromatin. This is the stuff that’s actually inside our cells. The question is: What is euchromatic? It seems to me that DNA and histone are the only parts of the cell that are truly fixed, and the rest of the cell’s DNA and histones are constantly changing.
Basically, it seems that all of our DNA is constantly changing, and its most noticeable changes are in our chromosomes. We have four separate sets of DNA, which are wrapped around four separate sets of histone. When you look at a human chromosome, you see four sets of DNA wrapped around four sets of histone. Because our cells are constantly changing, we have to have a way to track the entire structure of our chromosomes. We have to know where the histones are going to be next.
So, basically, this is where we store our DNA. We have all of our genes on our chromosomes, plus the DNA we carry like our mitochondrial DNA, which is wrapped around a chromosome. We have to know where that DNA is going to be next. If we’re going to find out where our DNA is going to be next, we need to know what chromosomes we have.
We’ve all heard of the “chromosome”, the long “coiled” tail of DNA that runs the length of our chromosomes. But what is it? The official term is “deoxyribonucleic acid”, or dna. It’s the stuff that carries the genetic information. The DNA in our cells is what controls our genes.
DNA is the stuff that makes our bodies and minds. Its the stuff that we give off when we’re born. Its the stuff that we pass on to our children.
Dna is made of several different kinds of chemicals. One of these is DNA, but it’s also RNA, which is the stuff that carries the genetic information around. Now, just because a cell makes dna does not necessarily mean that it makes dna in the same way that a cell makes DNA. Because it makes dna by using RNA to make it. What is more likely is that dna is made using a different kind of chemical.
DNA is the molecule that consists of the different chemical substances and enzymes that make up the chemical structure of DNA. RNA is the molecule that carries the genetic information. So the DNA molecule, DNA, is made of different kinds of chemicals that are like the DNA, but are different in the way that they carry the DNA information. The DNA information is always carried by RNA, but RNA is not always dna.