What is the difference between a chromatid and a chromosome?a. a chromatid always consists of two linear dna molecules,

What is the difference between a chromatid and a chromosome?a. a chromatid always consists of two linear dna molecules, whereas a chromosome always consists of just one linear dna molecule.b. a chromatid is one half of a replicated chromosome, whereas a chromosome consists of dna wrapped around proteins in a highly organized manner.c. chromosomes are always replicated, whereas chromatids are not.d. chromatids consist of dna, whereas chromosomes consist of proteins?

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