What is DNA's primary function?

by Brittany
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This is a question on one of my review papers for Biology.

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DNA primary function
by: Anonymous

This biological information that is storaged and save in the DNA is going to be pass to each generation of the progenitor cell and the very role of this information is to be use for the production of specific proteins that the cell is going to used in several activities such as form membranes, vesicles for carry products out and in of the cytoplasm, degradation of subtances and many others. The information is encoded and this code is then translated in the synthesis of a protein in the ribosomes attached to de membrane of the rough endoplasmic reticulum.

The primary function of DNA
by: Blesyn

The storage and transmission of biological information.

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