Imagine that you have added a fluorescent tag to all of the amino acids inside of a bacterium. You then infect the bacterium wit
h a phage. At the end of the phage's lytic cycle, you examine the new phage particles for fluorescence. Which of the following new phage particle components would you expect to exhibit the fluorescent tag?A. phage DNAB. phage RNAC. phage capsomeresD. A and BE. A, B, and CF. none of the above
The bacteriophage is an organism that attacks bacteria and uses them to replicate it's DNA to reproduce and multiply.
If all the amino acids of the bacteria are flagged with fluorescent tag, then the new bacteriophage's DNA will exhibit the fluorescent tag because it will be constructed using the bacteria's protein molecules in the first place. So the answer is A.
If the w allele is recessive, that means that the presence of any W alleles will mask the expression of the w allele. So the possible genotypes for no spots and hence solid coat, keeping in mind that there must be two alleles, one from each parent, are WW or Ww.
WW or Ww would both produce phenotypically solid coats. ww would produce a spotted coat.