What Is Replication in Biology?

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Replication is the ability of an organism to create an exact copy of a DNA molecule or another polypeptide. It is, in general, the act of making a copy.
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Self-replication is a behavior of a dynamical system that yields construction of an identical copy of itself. Cells, given suitable environments, can reproduce by cell division. During cell division, the DNA replicates and can be transmitted to offspring during reproduction. Viruses can also reproduce, but only do so by commandeering the reproductive machiner of cells.
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