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What unzips the double helix of DNA?
it is complicated but we recall the nucleus is a small spherical and helix is in dna. dna helix is actually made of reapeating units called nucleotides.
The enzyme Helicase unzips the DNA double helix
To 'unwind' the double helix for protein synthesis, enzymes called DNA Helicases cause the two parent DNA strands to unwind and separate from one another in both directi…ons. And im only 15
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in the DNA the A-T pais have double H-bonds between them and G-T pairs have triple H-bonds,that's why its simpler to break two bonds instead of three bonds...so the DNA unzips… from A-T pais mostly... -Krishna Bora,Madras Christian College
Helicase or DNA B enzyme is the enzyme which unzype the double helix.
2.2 - 2.6 nm.
DNA Helicase. - an enzyme, is responsible for unwinding and unzipping the double helix.
The double helix IS DNA - its what the spiral structure of the DNA is called. :) hope it helped
It just is; there really isn't a "why". It's a result of the way chemistry and physics work. By the way, it's not just human DNA that forms a double helix; it's a property o…f DNA generally.
DNA is something inside of you. We all have it. It is what makes us up. For example; our spit is DNA. Our cells are DNA. Even our skin is DNA. Everyones DNA is different. …But families DNA is the most similar, because you are related, but still never the same. And as for a 'double helix constructed' it is a molecule that makes up two double helex or a spiril. (: