Polar covalent bonds.
Complementary base pairing bonds.
Replication and amplification method.
DNA was labeled with radioactive phosphorus.
Protein was labeled with radioactive sulfur.
The virus-infected bacteria showed radioactive phosphorus.
The virus-infected bacteria contained radioactive sulfur.
Proteins are the genetic material.
Polysaccharide coat contains the genetic material.
DNA is the genetic material.
Viruses are needed for DNA to function.
DNA contains sulfur.
Converts the bacteria into immortal cells.
Injects its nucleic acid into it, and then the ghost virus stays outside.
Falls off every time.
Viral protein is injected and the viral DNA stays outside.
It becomes inactive.
Creates a short RNA primer complementary to the RNA template.
Creates a short DNA primer complementary to the RNA template.
Creates a short DNA primer complementary to the DNA template.
Creates a short template of an RNA primer that is complementary to the DNA primer.
Creates a short RNA primer complementary to the DNA template.
Organic nitrogen bases
C = C bond.
A = C and G = T.
A pairs with T and G pairs with C.
A pairs with G and C pairs with T.
A pairs with C and G pairs with T.
T = C and G = A.
The same in all species.
Exact copies of the protein they make.
Amino acid primer.
The two strands are separated.
Each strand is used as a template for making a new duplex.
The synthesis on each strand is in the opposite direction.
The newly synthesized DNA is packaged into one nucleus, and the old DNA is packaged into another nucleus.
Watson and Crick.
Beadle and Tatum.
The ability for bacterial homologous chromosomes to transform themselves into an exact copy, sometimes referred to as DNA replication.
The ability of the nucleus of a cell to regenerate and repair itself when damaged by bacterial infections.
The ability of the infected mice to transform the bacteria from pathogenic to non-pathogenic during the experiments.
The ability to transfer genetic materials from one cell to another.
The ability for the nucleus of a bacterial cell to bypass the process of DNA replication by transforming into a spore during unsuitable environmental conditions.