There were several reasons for the inconsistency as McCarty recounts in his chronicle of this 16-year adventure, The Transforming Principle, published in 1985.
By the time Avery and MacLeod renewed the hunt for the transforming principle in 1940, they had the advantage of a more detached perspective; also, better purification techniques were becoming available.
"The ever-present transforming principle
moves me," Fairs wrote.
The Transforming Principle
: Discovering that Genes are Made of DNA.
Assuming responsibility and accountability can be a transforming principle
for both a CPA's career and personal life.
Amazingly, the transforming principle
came from rough-coated bacteria that had been killed by heat treatment and then mixed with the living smooth forms.
The transformation that goes on in appropriating or producing a text is defining of the act of understanding in general, and thus "when translation is considered a transforming principle
, a fundamental and vital ingredient in perception, writing, reading, and rereading, then its study, by necessity, takes its place as an essential element in any general theory of literature" (7).
The extract must contain the gene (or transforming principle) that catalyzed the production of the carbohydrate.
But what was the chemical nature of the transforming principle? In 1944 Avery and his associates purified the transforming principle as far as they could while still leaving it functional and showed that it was DNA in nature and nothing else.
Willie Jolley's book "Turn Your Setbacks into Greenbacks" provides the reader with "seven steps to transform financial disaster to financial freedom." Each of the seven chapters of the book is packed with life changing and life transforming principles
for establishing a focused mindset and persisting and persevering in times of decline, financial setbacks, downturns, and challenges.
They also address the difficult but critical issues of balancing learning and performance and transforming principles