The basic difference between the nuclear DNA and the mitochondrial DNA is that the nuclear DNA is linear in shape while the circular DNA is present in the mitochondria. Apart from this, the mode of replication also differs in both of them. While the replication in the nuclear DNA is normal the replication in the mitochondria takes by rolling circle model.
They needed something with corners. The circle kept rolling away.
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No. The force keeping a ball on a string moving in a circle is centripetal force, i.e. force pulling the ball to the center of the circle.
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Rolling the ball would be work and stopping the ball would be force.
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A. I. Tselikov has written: 'The theory of lengthwise rolling' -- subject(s): Rolling (Metal-work)
yes and no yes because it can only start at the origin of replication (an initiator sequence) for a particular sequence, but no, because there are origins of replication located throughout the genome at which the initiator proteins and enzymes attach. The genome is huge, and there are multiple chromosomes which need to be replicated. one single replication site physically couldn't work with any efficiency.
i believe transcription is the copying of DNA and rna and replication is the actual work being done by everything in the cell to replicate
Yes because it's called a "replication fork" for a replication.
Just rolling a pyrus bakugan and then battling as if you were playing a Pokemon card game (red circle=fire type,blue circle=water type,brown circle=earth type,white circle=normal type,black circle=dark type,and seafoam circle=wind type.)
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A rolling pin is not a lever when it is used in the conventional manner. The levers at work in this action are the arms of the user.
John Hunt Sloane has written: 'The development of the theory of metal rolling and its application to rolling mill control' -- subject(s): Rolling (Metal-work)
The difference between between replication and replication is that replication is the series of copies, and repetition is the series of repeats.
yes, the ab circle pro does work, i used it for two weeks and i lost 10 pounds.
Watson and Crick mentioned it slightly in their paper but didn't propose a full method of replication. a number of different people collaborated to work out the full model of replication which is still no totaly finished, (few proteins left to find)
When you add the gerund 'ing' you generally add action to a word, such as walking, talking, running, eating etc..So you can not simply describe a circle using the gerund, you must describe the circle being or doing something, for example:Revolving CircleRotating CircleIrritating Circle (really can be anything you want if you are writing artistically for example)Rolling CircleGyrating CirclePulsating CircleConcaving (to make something concave)
Any circle will work!
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