Subject: How can you extract DNA from plant tissue using chemicals and chemistry?
Date: Tue Feb 29 12:55:43 2000
Posted by Jolenna Morris
Grade level: 10-12
School: Lakenheath High School
City: Lakenheath State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Molecular Biology
I am experimenting on how to remove the DNA from plant tissue using
chemicals; preferably household chemicals. I know you can use rubbing
alcohol and detergents and meat tenderizers to extract it. Are there any
other ways in which I can do it? Thank you.
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