Advances of Modern Science by Melvin Berger

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The chromosomes are important in the process of making new cells. The chromosomes make copies of themselves and then separate. The cell splits into two cells, each containing chromosomes. For his experiments, Miescher chose white blood cells. All attempts to separate the nuclei failed. Then Miescher thought of a way to separate the nucleus from the cytoplasm of the white blood cell. He knew that the cytoplasm was protein and that a substance found in the stomach attacked protein. So he mixed some of this substance with his cells.

Filling the rest of the cell is a material called cytoplasm. 37 Advances of Modern Science Within the nucleus there are threads of material called chromosomes. The chromosomes are important in the process of making new cells. The chromosomes make copies of themselves and then separate. The cell splits into two cells, each containing chromosomes. For his experiments, Miescher chose white blood cells. All attempts to separate the nuclei failed. Then Miescher thought of a way to separate the nucleus from the cytoplasm of the white blood cell.

Scientists in all parts of the world studied the Michelson-Morley experiments and the FitzGeraldLorentz theory. One of the men puzzling about this was Albert Einstein (1879-1955). Einstein realized how important were the Michelson-Morley and FitzGerald-Lorentz theories. Using their work as a foundation, he gave 20th century science a new understanding of the physical world—the theory of relativity. It was published in two parts: The "Special Theory of Relativity" in 1905, and the "General Theory of Relativity" in 1916.

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