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The condensed form of DNA that exists during cell division is tightly wound and therefore unavailable to the enzymes and transcription factors that interact with and read DNA. So, if chromosomes are constitutively condensed, the cell will not be able to transcribe RNA, and thus will not be able to make new proteins, and thus will not be able to grow and ...


It’s happening because genetic information from DNA can be read only if it’s in the chromatin form, it can’t be read from chromosomes and so the cell can’t fulfill its functions. But if it’s need to take apart cell’s genetic material, the form of chromosomes makes it easier

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