what does DNA stand for?

What is a gene?

Where in the cell are chromosomes located?

what two scientists established the structure of DNA?

DNA is sometimes descrived as twisted ladder. What is this shape called?

What forms the backbone of DNA?

What forms the rungs of the ladder?

Replication Means:

-i need help with these. i am searching all over the web and am having trouble. help!

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  1. I don't know where you were looking.

    This is copied from the Google description of the second site:
    "DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid,",or.&fp=d184bc9da719dfe6

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  2. alright, thanks. im still confused though

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  3. What confuses you?

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  4. wait nevermind. i figured it out. do you by any chance know how DNA unzips? i cant find anything

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