What acts as a template in DNA replication?

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I honestly think that it is a strand of RNA, or a small strand of DNA... Personally I think it is: A strand of RNA, but to be for sure go to Wiki and Look up DNA REPLICATION. Sorry for zero help. :/
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In a process called transcription, a section of one strand acts as a
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helicase splits the dna. you are left with 2 strands of nucleotides. these strands are opposite each other. (for example: if one nucleotide was A the corresponding nucleotide on the
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is capable of duplicating another strand of DNA . It is due to the synthesis of new strand. This process, by which new DNA is formed, is known as the replication or duplication. Duplication
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