DNA replication in the amphibia

@article{Wilson1975DNARI,
  title={DNA replication in the amphibia},
  author={Barbara G. Wilson},
  journal={Chromosoma},
  year={1975},
  volume={51},
  pages={213-224}
}
Autoradiographic techniques were used to measure rate of replication and length of the replication unit in cultured cells of Scaphiopus couchi, Bufo cognatus, Rana clamitans, and Triturus viridescens, having nuclear DNA amounts in the ratio 1∶4∶7∶39 respectively. The autoradiographic experiments were designed to show whether the larger amounts of nuclear DNA are correlated with more rapid rates of synthesis and/or with longer replication units. — The DNA replication rate was 2.5 μ/minute… CONTINUE READING

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