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In two or more complete sentences describe the relationship between traits, genes, chromosomes and DNA.


Students, as we know, traits, genes, chromosomes, and DNA all work together to determine an organism's characteristics and phenotype. Can someone please explain what chromosomes are? Well, chromosomes are the structures found in the cell's nucleus that carry genes. We as humans have a total of 46 chromosomes arranged in 23 pairs, and each chromosome pair carries a set of genes. A trait, on the other hand, is a discernible characteristic of an organism such as eye color or hair type while genes are the fundamental unit of inheritance that carries instructions for the production of a specific protein. DNA, or Deoxyribonucleic acid, is the genetic material that carries instructions for making proteins. Therefore, the DNA is organized into genes that are present in the chromosomes, responsible for the phenotypic traits of an organism. If you would like to learn more about chromosomes, please visit: brainly.com/question/28482034 #SPJ2.