For Investigation Ch. 12

This is the new For Investigation question for this chapter:What exceptions are there to the "Central Dogma" of genetics? Briefly explain.

This is basically what I feel the answer is:

According to the book the central dogma of microbiology is when DNA codes for the production of RNA and RNA codes for the production of protein (polypeptides). The only time this is not true when it comes to RNA viruses. RNA viruses can be viewed as an "information carrier and be expressed as protein." In this case the virus does away with the need for DNA because it can code for the production of proteins without DNA.

This was due at 5 pm on Tues, March 16th!

I'm hoping she takes it by 9ish March 16th! lol

I don't think she's going out on the town tonight, so good luck with that!

Yea I posted mine like 2 mins before it was about to close lol!

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