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Question: A somatic cell of a given plant species contains 3 billion base pairs of nuclear DNA and 12 functional centromeres when observed at the conclusion of stage G2 of the cell cycle.

  1. What is the number of base pairs of the C-value?
  2. What is the number of nuclear chromosomes per cell at stage G1
  3. What is the number of nuclear chromosomes in a haploid cell of this species
  4. What is the number of chromatids per cell at stage G.

 




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