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DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) 

The material from which the 46 chromosomes in each cell’s nucleus is formed. DNA contains the codes for the body’s approximately 30,000 genes, governing all aspects of cell growth and inheritance. DNA has a double-helixstructure—two intertwined strands resembling a spiraling ladder.

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