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Transcript of DNA
2. the composition of DNA, ATCG, varies from one species to another **we now know that A-C or T-G cannot form because a purine has to bond with a pyrimidine 1905
*** His model shows 3' to 5' phosphodiester linkages like the model made by Watson and Crick however he treated it as a separate molecule instead of one whole as well as the bases are outwards rather than in. 1859
1865 "... But as they did not seem to know much about anything, I was not unduly surprised ... I believe that the double-stranded model of DNA came about as a consequence of our conversation."
"technology of genetic engineering poses a greater threat to the world than the advent of nuclear technology." Bibliography
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