#31) Heinz Shuster collected the following data on the base composition of the ribgrass virus. On the basis of this information, what can we conclude about the hereditary information of this virus?A = 29.3%, G = 25.8%, C = 18.0%, T = 0.0%, U = 27.0%a) double-stranded RNAb) single-stranded RNAc) double-stranded DNAd) single-stranded DNAe) cannot be determined from the information given
A: b)(Q #8-26)#32) Chapter 1 considered the theory of the inheritance of acquired characteristics and noted that this theory is no longer accepted. Is the central dogma consistent with the theory of the inheritance of acquired characteristics? Why or why not?
A: a) (Q #8-28)#33) The experiments Griffith performed with Streptococcusbacteria involved infecting mice with virulent and/or avirulent forms of the bacteria and observing if the mice died. In the key experiment that demonstrated a strain was being transformed, he mixed _____________ and saw ___________________ result.
this bacterium and perform the same kind of experiment that Meselson and Stahl did to determine how the Mars bacteria replicates its DNA. Based on the following density centrifugation results, what type of replication would you propose for this new bacterium?
A: ALL answers accepted