What Is the Process of DNA Replication?

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The process of DNA replication is referred to as cloning. This is when a cell is divided into two separate cells, for the purpose of creating an exact duplicate.
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Double Helix unwound and each strand acts as a template. Bases are matched to synthesize the new strand. the DNA molecule splits down the middle, or unzips, into two strands. ||.
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ingredients needed: - parent strand of DNA - complimentary base pairs - enzymes (such as polymerase, helicase, etc.) steps: 1. Helicase unwinds our double helix into two strands.
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when one dna is split apart by a helicase and then DNA polymerase comes along and adds new dna to the half strands and it is important becuase without it every organism would be be
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