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What is the shape of DNA called? A. nucleotide B. double helix C. chromosome D. ribonucleic acid
What is the shape of DNA called? B. double helix.
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The Mongol people originated in the eastern steppe of Asia just north of China.
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The Mongols move west and south across the steppes: They wanted to avoid the rugged terrain to the north.

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