The eukaryotic genome differs from the prokaryotic genome because

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Q 2660345215.     The eukaryotic genome differs from the prokaryotic genome because
BCECE 2015 Mains
A

the DNA is complexed with histone in prokaryotes

B

the DNA is circular anci single stranded in prokaryotes

C

repetitive sequences are present in eukaryotes

D

genes in the former case are organised into operons

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