The Double Helix Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

By the end of chapter twelve, how many chains had Watson and Crick determined would fit with the X-ray images? (from Chapter 12)

2.

How did Pauling feel about Watson and Crick's model? (from Chapter 29)

3.

Why was Watson trying to make crystallographic X-rays of TMV? (from Chapter 16)

4.

When Watson constructed models of the bases what was the same about a pair? (from Chapter 26)

5.

Which of the following best describes how Watson felt upon realizing that Pauling's model was flawed? (from Chapter 22)

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