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In Griffith`s transforming principle experiment how the genetic material transferred from the heat killed s stain bacteria to R strain bacteria?whether it implies the genetic material is alive even if the organism is died

In Griffith`s transforming principle experiment how the genetic material transferred from the heat killed s stain bacteria to R strain bacteria?whether it implies the genetic material is alive even if the organism is died

Grade:12

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Dr.Adam Shaik
askIITians Faculty 387 Points
4 years ago
Yes you r correct the alive nature implies to DNA not the cells even after heat killing of cells.
Due to heating the cells red cells died but the Chemical form of DNA remained as it is.

When it is mixed with the blue coloured cells only DNA entered and altered the Blue bacteria into red bacteria.

This proved that the DNA alone can be transfered between non living cells and living cells .
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