Ok... How to write this in English.
A Chromosome is made of DNA. (As the same form as an X)
Chromatin is a bunch of filaments that contains DNA. When they condensed, they become a chromosome.
Chromatid is a molecule of DNA and represents 1 part of a chromosme (Half of the X) So there's 2 chromatids in 1 chromosome.
Last edited by Cath; 10-20-2013 at 02:45 PM.
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lol learned this last year
my understanding from my teacher is referring to the same material in different forms.
chromatin = uncoiled messy blob of genetic material in nucleus.
chromatid = when the above is coiled
chromosome = a pair of chromatids
@katzes beat me to it!
(ADN in English is DNA, btw)
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omg I know, I guess I'm just too used to write ADN, sorry.
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Thanks @katzes and @Poem (you in grade 11? o
Rep has been given, you guys are smarty pants x