BIOLOGY

how does the structure of DNA contribute to the accurate transmission of hereditary material?

hereditary material

Not much help courtney.
I'd say its structure utilizing vanderwahls forces allows it to have a quaternary structure which takes up less space. (tightly coiled) Try a bit of reading here:
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