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A DNA molecule that is 1000 base pairs in length would go
molecule that is 200 base pairs in length.
in the gel than a
A) further
B) you cannot tell from the information provided
C) the same distance
D) not as far
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A DNA molecule that is 1000 base pairs in length would go molecule that is 200 base pairs in length. in the gel than a A) further B) you cannot tell from the information provided C) the same distance D) not as far

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