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28 March, 18:18

If Avery had observed transformation using only the extracts containing degraded DNA, degraded RNA, and degraded protein, but NOT the extract containing degraded polysaccharides, he would have concluded that

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  1. 28 March, 18:41
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    Polysaccharides are the genetic material.

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    Avery did not observe transformation using the extracts containing degraded DNA. On the other hand, extracts with degraded RNA, proteins, and polysaccharides exhibited transformation. Therefore, he concluded that DNA is the genetic material responsible for transformation. If he would have observed the process of transformation using extracts containing degraded DNA but not with degraded polysaccharides, he might have concluded that "polysaccharides were the genetic material responsible for the process of transformation."
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