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    There are a number of natural types of DNA. One is animal DNA, one plant DNA, another bacterial DNA. There are two types of DNA (one in plants and one in animal cells) that are part of cells but are not the main blueprint (not found in the nucleus) for the cell. What are these two types of DNA? Ideas are expressed.

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    As you are learning in your class, DNA is the genetic material in cells of all types. DNA contains the code for cellular proteins that provide the structure and function of the cell. ...

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    DNA is defined, and a link is given.

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