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The chromosomes as thread like structures in nucleus was first described by

The chromosomes as thread like structures in nucleus was first described by
Eduard Adolf Strasburger was a Polish-German professor and one of the most famous botanists of the 19th century. Chromosomes are threadlike deeply stained compact DNA protein complex that carry genetic information in a linear sequence of genes. They are the physical basis of heredity or hereditary vehicles as they store, replicate, transcribe and transmit the genetic information.

Strasburger in 1875 first observed chromosome during cell division and described chromosomes as thread like structures in nucleus.