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DNA Replication - Semi conservative

Intermediate Knowledge of DNA ReplicationReplication of DNASemi-conservative Model of DNA ReplicationReplication of DNAReplication of DNA (Advanced)Ways of DNA Replication and Meselson-Stahl's Experiment

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Machinery and enzymes for DNA replication
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Components of DNA Replication
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Process of DNA Replication
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Modes of DNA Replication
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Types of DNA Replication
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Replication of DNA

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Intermediate Knowledge of DNA Replication

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Ways of DNA Replication and Meselson-Stahl's Experiment

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First step in DNA replication is

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For the given diagram showing the replication of DNA, asterisk (*) represents

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Name the stage in the cell cycle where DNA replication occurs.

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Leading strand during DNA replication is formed

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During DNA replication, the addition of nucleotides on the lagging strand occurs.

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DNA is unique in that it has

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Which of the following differences are incorrect between leading and lagging strands of DNA?
Leading strandLagging strand
(i)It does not require DNA ligase for its growthDNA ligase is required for joining Okazaki
(ii)Formation of leading strand is slowerFormation of lagging strand is quite rapid.
(iii)Its template opens in in 5 // 3 directionIts template opens in 3 // 5 direction.
(iv)Formation of leading strand begins immediately at the beginning of replication.Formation of lagging strand begins a bit later than that of leading strand

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The technique used to synthesize large quantities of specific DNA fragment without cloning it, is called _______________.

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