Genes and chromosomes are the physical elements of life that provide
ALL the information a living thing uses as a plan to make its cells, tissues, and organs. Despite their importance, genes are sequences of only four nucleotides (A, C, G, T) and chromosomes are tightly coiled strands of DNA containing those genes. What is the relationship between nucleotides and genes? How do they function together to allow living things to store information? Why do both add to the storage of information?
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