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molecular basis of heredity [by] R. A. Peacocke and R. B. Drysdale.
A. R. Peacocke
|Contributions||Drysdale, R. B. joint author.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 190 p.|
|Number of Pages||190|
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Molecular basis of heredity. Washington, Butterworths, (OCoLC) The molecular basis of heredity [by] R. Peacocke and R.
Drysdale by A. Peacocke. First published in 1 edition. Not in Library. Religion and science, Accessible book, Naturwissenschaften, Congresses, Christentum. Cite this chapter as: Peacocke A.R., Drysdale R.B. () The Importance of Nucleic Acids in Heredity—Direct Evidence.
In: The Molecular Basis of Heredity. a r peacocke Aqueous solutions of DNH (about 4 x g/ml) in mM phosphate buffer (pH ) were subjected, without exclusion of oxygen, to Mev gamma rays from a Co60 source. Any explanation of the facts of heredity in terms of molecular structure must eventually account for self-duplication, for specificity, and for variation and modification of the genetic material.
The helical structure of DNA has certain implications, some or all of which may prove to be important to its biological function: they are the subject. Although the synthesis of proteins is genetically controlled (Chapter 10) it has been known for some time that most proteins are synthesized in the cytoplasm and not in.
OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages, 3 leaves of plates: illustrations ; 23 cm: Responsibility: A.R. Peacocke and R.B. Drysdale. Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) possesses a number of properties which the genetic material might be expected to show but which do not prove that genes are composed of.
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Peacocke and R. Drysdale. E.R. Walwick, R.K. Main. Monovalent cation effects on a deoxyribonucleic acid-synthesizing system. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Specialized Section on Nucleic Acids and Related Subjects61 (6), Understanding the chromosomal basis of heredity and the relationship between genes and enzymes did not in itself provide a molecular explanation of the gene.
Chromosomes contain proteins as well as DNA, and it was initially thought that genes were proteins. The first evidence leading to the identification of DNA as the genetic material came. Multiple α and β Chain Structural Genes as a Basis for Hemoglobin Heterogeneity of the Adult Goat* *This research was supported by USPHS Research Grant HE Nonchromosomal Heredity.
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By A. Peacocke and R. Drysdale. THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF HEREDITY DRYSDALE, R. B.; PEACOCKE, A. BY R. DRYSDALE AND A. PEACOCKE Department of Microbiology, Birmingham University Department of Biochemistry, Oxford University (Received 21 November ) CONTENTS I.
Importance of nucleic acids in heredity. (I) Indirect evidence (2) Direct. M. K. Reedy, K. R. Leonard, R. Freeman, T. Arad. Thick myofilament mass determination by electron scattering measurements with the scanning transmission electron microscope.
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