discovering mendels genes

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Discovering Mendel’s Genes A. The Hammerling Experiment 1. 1930s at the Max Plank Institute a. Studying Acetabularia b. Has a foot, stalk, and cap c. Is 5 cm tall 1930s at the Max Plank Institute Studying Acetabularia ( unicellular green algae) The nucleus is in the foot If a cap was removed it would : If a foot was removed it would: 2. After concluding that the hereditary material is in : 3. After concluding that the hereditary material is in the foot he runs a second experiment a. Removes caps from 2 species of Acetabularia ( A. mediterranea and A. crenulata ) b. He cuts and splices the stems from each specie onto the opposing specie a. Removes caps from 2 species of Acetabularia ( A. mediterranea and A. crenulata ) The new caps somewhat resemble the specie the stem belongs to New caps are cut b. He cuts and splices the stems from each specie onto the opposing species c. The formation of the second cap after splicing indicates that hereditary information is located in:
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course SOCIO 110 taught by Professor Page during the Spring '08 term at Radford.

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