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If Meselson and sthal`s experiment is continued for four generations in bacteria, then the ratio of N15/N14 : N14/N14 containing DNA in fourth generation would be 1) 1:3 2)1:7

If Meselson and sthal`s experiment is continued for four generations in bacteria, then the ratio of N15/N14 : N14/N14 containing DNA in fourth generation would be 1) 1:3 2)1:7

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Simran Vinaik
askIITians Faculty 1231 Points
3 years ago
If Meselson and Stahl experiment is continued for four generation the ratio of N15-N14 : N14-N14 containing DNA would contain 12.5% hybrid and 87.5% N14-N14 DNA . SO ratio comes out to be 1:7.
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