The concentration of agarose gel affects the resolution of dna separation. for a standard agarose gel electrophoresis, a 0.8% gives good separation or resolution of large 5–10kb dna fragments, while 2% gel gives good resolution for small 0.2-1kb fragments. 1% gels is often used for a standard electrophoresis. if you have very similar sized dna molecules that are running too close together on an agarose gel, what solution would you apply to resolve this issue?
i think it's called an electron microscope.
b) same number of protons; different number of neutrons
glucose, they make glucose via photosynthesis