DNA: molecule of heredity

United States, 1960

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Episode of Series “Biology Program. Unit 5. Heredity and Adaptive Change”.
Dr. George Beadle, discoverer of DNA and Nobel prize winner, explains why DNA, a giant molecule of the cell chromosomes, is the basis of growth and reproduction and the mechanism for transporting hereditary specifications from one generation to the next.

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producer

Larry Yust

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Encyclopaedia Britannica Films

Language

English

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00:16:00:00

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Colour

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