James D. Watson "The Double Helix"

James D. Watson "The Double Helix"

James D. Watson "The Double Helix"

 

James D. Watson

This is an autobiographical book by James D. Watson. He tells about his work on DNA. The author helps the reader to plunge into the days of his youth, when he enthusiastically worked and rested at the local pub in the evenings. This pub called Eagle was located on the campus of Cambridge. The pub has been popular among academics. It was cozy, inexpensive and with a good choice of drinks. It was a real pleasure for the researches. Francis and James have been working on DNA structure for a long time and have already made some interesting promising discoveries. They proved that DNA transmits information from parent to child. Some even have stated it to be the most global contribution to science over the entire period of its existence. In this place, you could relax and unwind after a hard day.

 

Text Analysis: Unique words: about 3,000. Total words: about 31,790
Hard words: alpha, bacterium, bio, board, bond, carbon, chromosome, coil, crystal, deoxyribonucleic acid, DNA, diffraction, gene, helix, hydrogen, ion, molecule, neutral, nucleic acid, nucleotide, Ph.D, phosphate, phosphorus, protein, purine, pyrimidine, ribonucleic acid, RNA, structure, tobacco mosaic virus, TMV, virus, X-Ray

 

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