what is a chromosome
Asked by bundelapratapshiv | 28th Aug, 2018, 05:12: PM
The chromosome is a DNA molecule capable of self-reproduction and plays a vital role in hereditary, variation and evolutionary development of the species. Chromosomes were discovered by the German scientist Walther Fleming in 1882 in the rapidly dividing cells of the larvae of salamander.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 29th Aug, 2018, 08:45: AM
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