Hershey and Chase Experiment. By: Dahlia Malesevic, Alina Dyak, and Michael Galperin. SUMMERY. Hershey and Chase wanted to find out whether protein or DNA was hereditary. Steps: Infected two phages Both reproduced in separate cells.
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Hershey and Chase Experiment By: Dahlia Malesevic, Alina Dyak, and Michael Galperin
SUMMERY • Hershey and Chase wanted to find out whether protein or DNA was hereditary. • Steps: • Infected two phages • Both reproduced in separate cells. • Within the reproduced phages, the sulfur did not appear, but the phosphorous did. • Showed that DNA is hereditary because it was radio active. • GENES ARE HEREDITARY
Using Radioactive tracers to label only the protein in RNA-virus which of the following would you use.A) Radioactive PB) Radioactive NC) Radioactive SD) Radioactive CThe answer is C) Radioactive S because protein contains Sulfur according to the Hershey Chase Experiment.