Sperm cells have the same amount of DNA as any other human cell.
Sperm cells contain just one copy of each of the 23 human chromosomes.
The head of a sperm cell is almost all nucleus to make it a more efficient swimmer.
The human sperm cell is approximately the same size as a human egg cell.
DNA encodes a detailed set of plans, like a blueprint, for building different parts of the cell.
DNA stands for DeoxyRibonucleic Acid.
DNA lives in the nucleus of the cell, but is permitted to leave as necessary.
The DNA molecule comes in the form of a twisted ladder shape called a "double helix".
A always bonds with G, and C always bonds with T.
A always bonds with C, and G always bonds with T.
A always bonds with T, and C always bonds with G.
None of the above are true.
All of the above are true.
DNA replicates in both directions.
DNA Polymerase uses complementary base-pairing rules to add in new nucleotides.
DNA replication happens in the cytoplasm.
DNA replication happens after cell division.