Answers to odd-numbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the back of the book.
A car pitches down in front when the brakes are applied sharply. Explain this observation in terms of torques.
CHAPTER 7 DNA STRUCTURE AND REPLICATION DNA AS EVIDENCE 1. How can scientists use DNA to identify a person a. Chemical makeup of this molecule. i. Blueprint of life. b. Deoxyribonucleic Acid, or DNA. i. Common to all life forms. ii. Hereditary molecule that is common to all life forms. iii. Passed from parents to offspring. iv. Instruction manual from which we are built. 2. Where can you find DNA a. The molecule exists inside the nucleus of almost every cell in our body in the form of chromosomes. i. A single, large DNA molecule wrapped around proteins. 1. Chromosomes are located in the nuclei of most eukaryotic