no DNA synthesis occurs in 5'-3' as well as in 3'-5' direction. only the difference is that ,that it is continuous in 5'-3' direction but discontinous in 3'-5' direction. this is because enzyme DNA polymerase III can synthesize DNA contionously in 5'-3' direction only.
No DNA synthesis always occus in the 5' to 3' direction as there is no DNA polymerase that work in the other direction as it is too thermodynamically unfavourable. The cells solve the problem of having to synthesize in a 3' to 5' direction by synthesizing in reverse in discontinuous pieces. Technically there's never any direct 3' to 5' synthesis.
DNA polymerase can add nucleotide to 3' end of primer or growing strand of DNA so in one direction it remains continuous ie leading strand while in in other strand it starts little later when it get enough space to grow in opposite direction then after synthesizing short strand it again goes to newly unwind strand and repeats the process, but the growth remains in 5' to 3' direction moving on template from 3' to 5' direction.
Within the Cell cycle, Dna synthesis occurs during the S [synthesis] phase.
it occurs in the Prophase
Synthesis means creation. Therefore DNA synthesis is the creation (or copying) of DNA. This occurs before cells divide in order to create copies of the DNA.
progresses away from the replication fork.
The doubling of DNA (known as DNA synthesis or DNA replication) occurs during the "S (synthesis) phase" of the cell cycle. This is part of interphase, and occurs before mitosis (cell division).
The direction of synthesis of the new strand would be in the 5'-3' direction because DNA polymerase can add free nucleotides to only the 3' end of the newly forming strand.
DNA synthesis refers to the creation of new DNA molecules. It takes place during the synthesis phase (S Phase) of cell reproduction.
DNA synthesis occurs during the S phase of interphase. Interphase is not a part of mitosis.
no. the purpose of dna synthesis is to ensure transmission of genetic material to new daughter cells.
replication of DNA takes place during the interphase
synthesis, which occurs during the synthesis phase in interphase
DNA synthesis and its replication
Transcription is the synthesis of RNA under the direction of DNA. The type of RNA used during transcription is the messenger RNA. The mRNA carries a genetic message from the DNA to the protein-synthesizing machinery of the cell. Then, translation is the actual synthesis of a polypeptide, which occurs under the direction of mRNA.
DNA is the blueprint for making cell proteins. The synthesis of the proteins in the cytoplasm occurs according to the instructions in the DNA.
RNA polymerase catalyze the synthesis of RNA by copying the DNA. It occurs in the 5' to 3' direction(moves down).
Replication of chromosomes only occurs during S phase of interphase.
During S phase of cell cycle
Duplication of chromosomes and DNA synthesis
During the S stage DNA synthesis occurs. (copying of the DNA)
DNA replication occurs in the S-phase of interphase ("s" meaning synthesis).
The "S" phase, during which protein synthesis occurs.