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1 Lecture Seventeen Chapter 11 so far. DNA Discovery and Its Role. DNA Tertiary Structure. DNA Replication.
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2 III. DNA Replication Watson/Crick: Proposed that each strand is replicated (acts as a template) and has a “daughter” strand. B. It was determined by Kornberg that the following items were required for DNA synthesis: NTPs, DNA polymerase, and at least a single template is needed for “replication”
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3 A. Three possible modes of DNA replication B. Melselson Stahl Experment C. Basic Mechanics of DNA Replication D. Stages in Replication E. DNA replication Fidelity. III. DNA Replication, Cont’d
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4 B. Three Modes of Replication Conservative Replication
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5 Semi-conservative Replication
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6 Despersive Replication
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7 C. Meselson-Stahl Experiment They used density gradient centrifugation to distinguish parent DNA strands from new DNA strands. DNA was labeled with 15 N, making it more dense.
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8 Meselson and Stahl showed that semiconservative replication was the correct model.
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9 If Dispersive -replication
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10 If Conservation Replication
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11 D. Basic Mechanics of DNA replication DNA replication is “Bi-directional” * *
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