I have some questions regarding Satellite chromsomes which could not be resolved by a google search.
Does the satellite consist of telomeric sequences ?
If not, What is the function of a satellite ? And where will the telomeric sequences be present - in the main body ? On the secondary constriction ?
Satellite chromosomes are also known as SAT chromosome which stands for Sino Acid Thymidine. I read in some sources that SAT means without thymidine. But how is that possible, if there is A then obviously there has to be T ? ( in dsDNA)