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Biology Biochemistry Gene expression Molecular biology Protein biosynthesis Translation Transfer RNA Ribosome Gene product Messenger RNA RNA Genetic code Michelle Qiu
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Biology Biochemistry Gene expression Molecular biology Protein biosynthesis Translation Transfer RNA Ribosome Gene product Messenger RNA RNA Genetic code Michelle Qiu
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They both proposed the ‘one gene-one protein’ hypothesis which states:  All biochemical processes in all living organisms are under genetic control  All biochemical reactions in an organism are resolvable into separate steps  Each step is under the control of a single gene.  Mutation of a single gene results in the loss of function of the appropriate enzyme But of course, this hypothesis was based on other ideas and theories to consolidate it. Here are a list of experiments that led to Beadle and Tatum’s ‘one gene-one protein’ hypothesis. The Double Helix In the 1940's, members of the scientific community were aware that DNA was most likely the molecule of life, even though many were sceptical since it was so &quo...
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