Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Steve Collins; 2 The Beach Boys; 3 Iona; 4 Kendal; 5 The scientific study of death; 6 Spree (from the word 'spreath'); 7 Secret agent; 8 A type of salamander found in north and central America; 9 Sir Don Bradman; 10 Deoxyribonucleic acid.
What does DNA stand for?
DNA stands for Deoxyribonucleic Acid
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- Datanetwork Associates (Software)
- De Nieuw Amsterdam (theater group)
- Defense Nuclear Agency
- Definitely Not Attractive
- Delaware Nurses Association
- Delayed Neutron Activation
- Delivery Network Accelerator (BitTorrent)
- Delta Nu Alpha
- Denver Newspaper Agency (Denver, CO)
- Department of Native Affairs (various locations)
- Department(al) Network Administrator
- Dépense Non Admise (French: Non-Deductible Expense)
- Dermatology Nurses' Association
- Dernière Nouvelles d'Alsace (French newspaper)
- Dernières Nouvelles d'Algérie (French: Latest News from Algeria)
- Designated National Authority
- Det Norske Arbeiderparti (Norwegian Labour Party)
- Detroit News Agency
- Deutscher Normenausschuss (German Committee of Standards)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A comparison of human and bacterial DNA revealed 51 different human genetic variants, with certain bacterial deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) in overabundance living in or on 15 areas of the body.
ANSWERS: 1 Steve Collins; 2 The Beach Boys; 3 Iona; 4 Kendal; 5 The scientific study of death; 6 Spree (from the word 'spreath'); 7 Secret agent; 8 A type of salamander found in north and central America; 9 Sir Don Bradman; 10 Deoxyribonucleic acid.
How is deoxyribonucleic acid more commonly referred to?
Just as atomic allure was fading and the batteries conking out on virtual reality, along came deoxyribonucleic acid to pep up the cause of bad science in the movies.
Genetical implications of the structure of deoxyribonucleic acid Nature 171(4361):964-967 Paul A.
In fact, the first sketch of the deoxyribonucleic acid double-helix diagram, made by Francis Crick, is very much an architectural sketch, with soft lines swimming in space, an authoritative representation of geometry, and a confidence in delineation that could easily have come from the hand of Louis Kahn or Eero Saarinen.
Francis Crick in the July/August 1986 Humanist In 1953 Francis Crick and James Dewey Watson discovered the double-helix structure of deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA.