In article <Alan.031q at zarquon.demon.co.uk>,
Alan Wong <atc.wong at ic.ac.uk> wrote:
>>I was wondering if anyone can shed light on some things for me.
>Apologies if this is the wrong place to ask.
The best question to ask would be, "Where can I take an introductory
>>Q1. Is the length of the DNA the same among all members of the
> same species?
>>Q2. Are the lengths of DNA in different species all different?
It would surprise me if they are not, but I don't know of
any eukaryote where the length of the DNA is precisely known.
>Q3. Can offspring of a species have different length DNA from
> their parents and survive?
>>Q4. If Q2=Yes, how do evolutionists explain how the DNA length
> changes during evolution into a new species?
"Evolutionists" would say, "We all make mistakes!"
>>Thanks for any replies.
>>Alan Wong (atc.wong at ic.ac.uk)
You're welcome :-)