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What sites separate and replicate in DNA?

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replication forks separate and replicate DNA

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in order to replicate to create more DNA. this is required in order to make more cells


plasmid - is a DNA molecule that is separate from,and can replicate independently of,the chromosomal DNA.


Cells do not replicate "In DNA". Cells replicate their DNA during the process of cell division.


They replicate their DNA during interphase.


DNA constantly undergoes changes. It interacts with proteins that are able to replicate and transcribe it to generate a copy of RNA. Inactive sites are changed to active sites and active sites are silenced. DNA can therefore be considered an active polymer


At the hydrogen bonds between bases with the help of the enzyme helicase.


Plasmids are a part of DNA but it's separate from the chromosomes. It's able to replicate and they occur in bacteria.


If the DNA did not replicate, daughter cells would not be formed.


A circular band of DNA that exists separate of chromosomal DNA is called a plasmid. Plasmids reside within bacteria cells and can replicate independently of the chromosomal DNA.


DNA helicase, unwinds the double stranded DNA into two separate strands of DNA. This allows the DNA to replicate by building complementary strands to the original strands.


Replicate DNA and you get DNA. Two from one.


so that there will be two sets of DNA ... one for each new cell. If the DNA doesnt replicate one new cell would have no DNA. and cells need DNA.


the DNA is composed of two strands. in order to replicate the strand separate. once separated the other halves get filled in by nitrogenous bases that are floating around in the environment.


DNA must replicate itself before mitotic cell division so that the two new daughter cells have the same amount of DNA, and identical DNA.


The circular DNA molecules that can be found in bacteria are called plasmids. Plasmids are a separate DNA molecule that can replicate independently of chromosomal DNA. Plasmids are commonly used in Biology classes to teach students about splicing.


Before a cell can reproduce, it must first replicate, or make a copy of, its DNA.This is so that when it divides, each of the daughter cells will receive a copy of the DNA.


Yes they have own DNA. So they replicate by their own


DNA is the genetic material.So they can self replicate.


A virus replicates its DNA in a cell when it infects the host


Mitochondria are able to replicate by themselves. When mitochondria replicate, a copy of the mitochondrial DNA is present in the daughter mitochondria as well. This is how they are passed on. Edit: Mitochondrial DNA is passed on maternally (ie the mito. that replicate in a new organism are derived from the mother/egg).


Circular DNA that can replicate on their own are called plasmids. In the field of biotechnology, plasmids are of great importance. Mitochondria also has some of its own DNA.



DNA transcrip transcribes the DNA so that RNA may use it and replicate it.


DNA replication replicates the DNA. It results in two identical copies of DNA in preparation for the process of mitosis.


By being a part of chromosomes.



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