Chapter 10 Study Guide

Chapter 10 Study Guide - Chapter 10 Lecture 23 1. How many...

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Chapter 10 Lecture 23 1. How many letters of DNA must be copied before cell division can occur? How long does this take? How many mistakes are made? 2. When was it discovered that DNA was the storage site for hereditary materials? What was earlier believed to be the place where this information was stored? 3. Describe How Miescher was able to isolate chromatin. What did he name his phosphorous containing substance? What does chromatin contain? Where is this nuclein located? 4. In 1909, Describe how Garrod linked heredity to enzymes . What correlation did he find that strengthened his argument? What is alkaptonuria? What protein seemed to be defective that led to produce this disorder? 5. Describe the "one gene-one enzyme " hypothesis. Who else provided evidence to support this hypothesis? 6. In 1928, _________________ identified a “________________ factor” that transmitted infectiousness in bacteria. Describe Griffeth's experiments and explain how he was able to come up with his conclusions. What do we now know is the transforming factor? 7. In 1944, _________ and __________ showed that the
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2008 for the course BIOLOGY 111 taught by Professor Dr.moon during the Spring '08 term at Harding.

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Chapter 10 Study Guide - Chapter 10 Lecture 23 1. How many...

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