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Replication of DNA - Revision 1 - Higher Biology - BBC Bitesize


DNA replication is the process by which a cell makes an identical copy of its DNA .


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Replication | genetics | Britannica.com


Replication: heredity: DNA replication: The Watson-Crick model of the ... replication of the gene and, eventually, the chromosome, known to occur in dividing cells. ... DNA replication is a semiconservative process in which the two strands are ...


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Of arsenic and aliens: What the critics said


Dec 8, 2010 ... As-DNA [DNA with arsenic in its backbone] is unlikely because of the .... used to demonstrate the semi-conservative nature of DNA replication. ..... Until this happens, however, the hypothesis would seem to fall into the ...


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Semiconservative replication - Wikipedia


Semiconservative replication describes the mechanism of DNA replication in all known cells. ... pair per round of replication during phage T4 DNA synthesis is 2.4 ×10−8. Thus semiconservative DNA replication is both rapid and accurate.


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DNA Replication | HowStuffWorks


Where DNA replication occurs depends upon whether the cells is a ... can serve as a pattern or template for the other side (called semi-conservative replication).


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Why does semi-conservative replication occur? - Quora


Hi there, Semiconservative replication occurs so as to retain the ... What is the semi-conservative model in DNA replication, and why is it ...


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