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He found that it was very delicate after being removed from its protein shell. It was able to attack the tobacco plants only if it was applied immediately after separation. The reason the nucleic acid had not attacked the leaves in the first part of the experiment was that he had taken too long to put it on the plants. What other facts were learned about nucleic acid? First, it was soon discovered that there are two nucleic acid "brothers"—deoxyribo-nucleic acid and ribo-nucleic acids. They were known by their initials DNA and RNA.

Within our personality, there are struggles between the id, the ego, and the superego. If the ego gives the id what it wants, the superego may be angry. If the ego says no to the id and obeys the superego, the id is not satisfied. How can the ego defend itself against the damaging effects of struggles such as these? The ego uses many tricks to defend itself against attack by the rest of the personality, as well as by the outside world. These tricks of the ego are called defense mechanisms. Although there are many different kinds of defense mechanisms, each of us uses just a few, over and over again, A favorite defense mechanism is displacement.

Part of Freud's theory of psychoanalysis is that these early experiences are very important in forming the personality that is with a person for life. The infant is almost all id. " As he grows, his ego develops and be finds the best ways to get the things that he Wants. The superego develops last, as his parents 57 Advances of Modern Science give him a sense of what is right and what is wrong. Freud felt that every adult neurosis could be traced back to either a childhood neurosis or some bad experience that left a mark on the personality.

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