Adenine and Thymine
Adenine and Guanine
Adenine and Cytosine
Thymine and Cytosine
Alternating phosphates and sugar molecules
Alternating bases and sugars
Alternating phosphates and bases
The rough strain of bacteria is deadly after all.
The rough strain of bacteria must have mutated to become deadly.
Something inside the bacteria has the ability to instruct and control what the bacteria does. Therefore, changing a bacteria's behaviors if engulfed by that bacteria.
Proteins inside the bacteria must have a transforming ability.
If DNA is truly the hereditary material emitted into the bacteria, then radioactively marked DNA will show up in the bacteria, not in the external liquid following the virus' activity.
If a relationship exists between a virus' DNA and protein, then marking the protein with radioactive material will help identify the bacteria's life cycle.
If a relationship exists between DNA and its ability to be transmitted, then tracking the DNA with radioactive material will note how the bacteria was changed in the mice.
Protein and DNA could possibly be related to hereditary behaviors and therefore, marking each one will help identify which one causes the bacteria to be transformed.
Adenine or Guanine
Cytosine or Guanine
Thymine or Guanine
Thymine or Adenine
A bonds with T, C bonds with G ALWAYS
A and G will always have double rings in their molecules
A bonds with C and G bonds with T
No such rule exists