Subject: Does everything, even a table or a piece of wood, contain DNA?
Date: Sat Dec 7 08:26:34 1996
Posted by: Lenzey Sarah Copenhaggen
Email: No email given.
Grade level: 4-6
School/Organization: Home schooled
City: Boston State/Province: Massachussetts
Area of science: Cell Biology
Message ID: 849968794.Cb
I really want to know this because my mom taught me that
every thing that is alive or was once alive contains DNA.
Wood is a plant so it has to have DNA right? But I thought
that only people had DNA so they can give it to their kids.
What is the use of DNA if even little plants have it?
Re:Does everything, even a table or a piece of wood, contain DNA?
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