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Chromosomes other than sex chromosomes are known as _____. autosomes alleles genes proteins
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User: Chromosomes other than sex chromosomes are known as _____. autosomes alleles genes proteins

Weegy: Chromosomes other than sex chromosomes are known as autosomes.



User: A nucleotide consists of A sugar, a protein and uracil A phosphate, a sugar and a nitrogen base A phosphate, an amino acid and a nitrogen base A sugar and a nitrogen base

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A nucleotide consists of a phosphate, a sugar and a nitrogen base.


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