In the cell nucleus
DNA replication does not occur in the G1 phase. The G1 phase is when the cell grows in preparation for DNA replication. The S phase is when DNA replication occurs.
DNA replication occurs within the nucleus.
Cell replication begins in the nucleus of the cell, where the strands of DNA duplicate.
After cell division :D
DNA replication occurs before cell division, during interphase.
DNA replication is must because It is necessary for the cell division to occur to double the genetic content to pass it to a daughter cell
In the ribosome.
In the nucleus.
Most of the DNA in a eukaryotic cell is in the nucleus, and that is where DNA replication and transcription occur.In eukaryotic cells, mitochondria and chloroplastsalso contain DNA, which performs replication and transcription inside these organelles.In prokaryotic cells there is no nucleus. The DNA is in a region of the cytoplasm called the nucleoid, and that is where DNA replication and transcription occur in these cells.
DNA mutations occurring during replication like you have stated... therefore mutations would occur during interphase where cell growth and DNA replication take place.
DNA replication [and transcription] takes place in the nucleus of animal Cells.
DNA replicates during interphase.
Mitosis is the process where DNA is replicated.
DNA replication occurs during cell division.
In normal eukaryotic cell cycle or in case of bacterial chrosome, DNA replication occur to replicate the whole chromosome.
No. Cell growth and DNA replication occur during interphase but do not occur during mitosis and cytokinesis.
So that both cells will have DNA. which is the blueprint of life. without DNA replication only one cell will know how to divide.
it occurs in the nucleus...
Before a cell divides