Scientific-popular lecture «Secrets of the genetic code»
Scientific-popular lecture «Secrets of the genetic code»
February 9 at 17.00 in the State Biological Museum. K.A. Timiryazev held a popular science lecture «Secrets of the genetic code.»

February 9 at 17.00 in the State Biological Museum. KA Timiryazev held a popular science lecture "Secrets of the genetic code." About how the information encapsulated in DNA is encoded, transmitted and realized, what mutations are and why they occur, the cat first discovered the secret of the structure of the most important molecule of life, the associate professor of the Moscow Agricultural Academy named after. KA Timiryazev, Candidate of Biological Sciences Lyudmila Semenovna Bolshakova.

The continuation of the lecture program will take place on the 16th of March: you will learn which genes are "conducted" by the development of plants and by the "creation" of beautiful flowers.

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