Study Guide, Chapter 16a

Study Guide, Chapter 16a - experiments showing that DNA,...

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BSCI105, Freshman Connection Fall 2010 Study Guide #12 I. DNA as The Molecule of Inheritance Vocabulary: Transformation Antiparallel Double helix Chargaffs Rule Base Pairing Key Concept 1: Phenotype is determined by the nucleus, which contains chromatin, consistent with the chromosomal theory of inheritance. Key Concept 2: Chromatin is made of DNA and proteins, so either could be involved in inheritance. Key Concept 3: The demonstration of Transformation in bacteria was key to a series of
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Unformatted text preview: experiments showing that DNA, not protein, carries the genes. Key Concept 4: The Watson & Crick put together observations that DNA was a helix with the backbone on the outside and a constant diameter to establish the current model of DNA as a double helix with strict base pairing rules made of antiparallel strands held together by hydrogen bonding between bases....
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