The Lederberg experiment: showed that many mutations are random, not directed
The mutations observed by the Lederbergs were
A. induced by x-ray radiation B. induced by UV radiation
D. induced by a poison that destroyed the proofreading ability of DNA polymerase
E. induced by benzopyrene
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