Subject: What causes a ds DNA chromosome in Prokaryotes to be linear or circular?
Date: Wed Sep 29 21:17:26 2004
Posted by Vickie
Grade level: undergrad
City: Rexburg State/Province: ID
Area of science: Genetics
This might be a question for genetics and biochemistry. I understand that the
ratios of purines and pyrimidines can tell us if we have double stranded DNA,
but I don't know how I could find out if that DNA is linear or circular given
the same information (ratios of bases).
Re: What causes a ds DNA chromosome in Prokaryotes to be linear or circular?
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