does dna have colour

xoolit REMOVECAPSalen at ikorcula.net
Fri Feb 25 19:18:56 EST 2005

but algae has dna right - what is dna's role in algae's life... is it just 
an enscription

ok i am serious but sometimes i ask stupid questions...

i still dont want to give up...
why i see dna in colour of algae's greenbrown  i dont know i wanted to 
connect the dna with thoughts of human beings and i know there is some 
connection ...

the reason for this is how people behave when you ask them "if the 
army-military was canceled or shutdown in the political system" as a reward 
to our futures kids - would get sick and have twisted answer like they cant 
answer by themselves but the answer would become so general like the society 
is answering not the individual  and thats why i connected the colours of 
the military with algae colours and DNA is something inbetween - that makes 
the human a marionette or...

"Scott Coutts" <scott.coutts at med.monash.edu.au> wrote in message 
news:uEOTd.175709$K7.66854 at news-server.bigpond.net.au...
> xoolit wrote:
>> and does it has to do something with green and brown like algae colour?
> Hmm... not sure if this is a serious question or not... sounds answerable 
> though so I'll give the benefit of the doubt (:
> Nope, if you have a large enough amount of DNA that you can see it, the 
> DNA is transparent! It has no colour.
> The green and brown colour of algae is probably due mostly to chlorophyll, 
> which is a pigment that absorbs sunlight for the conversion of sunlight to 
> energy. They use it to 'power' their cells so the can move, reproduce etc. 
> They're some of the original 'solar cells' (:
> Scott.

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