How would Hershey and Chase's experimental results been altered had they chosen a different more complicated viral model system?
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What does experimental variable mean?
Asked in Science Experiments
Why do most experiments have both control and experimental groups?
Because they need to compare the experimental groups with something. They have the experimental group in which they experiment on and the control group in which they don't experiment. After they finish experimenting with the experiment group they compare it with the control groups to check what changed and what has been altered between these 2 groups.
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1973 penny with a Hershey kiss on it and the pa state?
It's a privately-made novelty item, almost certainly from the gift shop at the Hershey Chocolate factory or another store in that city. They took ordinary cents and used a metal punch to add the other designs. Because it's an altered coin it has no value to coin collectors, although there are niche collectors of Hershey memorabilia who might be interested in it.
What happens when the number of protons in an element are altered?
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How is the online rendering of periodical different from the printed version?
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What name is give to variables that are kept the same during an experiment?
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Does a smashed can have a different mass than a full can?
What happens to an atom when the number of electrons changes?
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What can happen when a mutation in Dna occurs?
Wow, several different approaches to this Answer: One, for sure is when the primary Sequence of Dna is Altered, so is It's pattern of Expression also altered. This Results in Altered 'Patterns of Expression', and altered Protein Products. The most significant Follow-up is: How do the Dna mutations, reflected in and through altered protein products, significantly Affect the Cell's functions.