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James Watson was a scientist at Cambridge University. He, along with [[Francis Crick|Francis Crick]], proposed the 3-D model and [[Double helix|double helix]] structure of [[Deoxyribonucleic acid|deoxyribonucleic acid]](DNA). They put forward their theory in 1953<ref>Hartl. D.L. and Ruvolo M. (2012) Genetics: analysis of genes and genomes, 8th edition, United States of America: Jones and Bartlett Learning</ref>. [[Watson-Crick base pairing|Watson-Crick base pairing]] is another name for [[Complementary base pairing|complementary base pairing]]<ref>Hartl. D.L. and Ruvolo M. (2012) Genetics: analysis of genes and genomes, 8th edition, United States of America: Jones and Bartlett Learning</ref>.  
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James Watson was a scientist at Cambridge University. He, along with [[Francis Crick|Francis Crick]], proposed the 3-D model and [[Double helix|double helix]] structure of [[Deoxyribonucleic acid|deoxyribonucleic acid]]&nbsp;(DNA). They put forward their theory in 1953<ref>Hartl. D.L. and Ruvolo M. (2012) Genetics: analysis of genes and genomes, 8th edition, United States of America: Jones and Bartlett Learning</ref>. [[Watson-Crick base pairing|Watson-Crick base pairing]] is another name for [[Complementary base pairing|complementary base pairing]]<ref>Hartl. D.L. and Ruvolo M. (2012) Genetics: analysis of genes and genomes, 8th edition, United States of America: Jones and Bartlett Learning</ref>.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:33, 18 January 2019

James Watson was a scientist at Cambridge University. He, along with Francis Crick, proposed the 3-D model and double helix structure of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). They put forward their theory in 1953[1]. Watson-Crick base pairing is another name for complementary base pairing[2].

References

  1. Hartl. D.L. and Ruvolo M. (2012) Genetics: analysis of genes and genomes, 8th edition, United States of America: Jones and Bartlett Learning
  2. Hartl. D.L. and Ruvolo M. (2012) Genetics: analysis of genes and genomes, 8th edition, United States of America: Jones and Bartlett Learning
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