Exam 3 Take Home - LBS145 S08 Exam 3 Take Home Part Please...

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LBS145 S08 Exam 3 Take Home Part Please complete this page and attach it to your take home exam responses. Instructions: There are two questions to complete, each worth 20 points (40 points total). Both questions require diagrams and explanations of the processes involved. Type or clearly write your responses. You may discuss these questions with your classmates. However, you are required to construct your own, independent answer to each question. The LBC academic honesty policy can be found at: http://lymanbriggs.msu.edu/academics/academic_honesty-policy.php . This part of the exam is due in class on Tuesday, April 1 st . Good luck! Name: Section: Name(s) of classmate(s) you worked with on the take home exam:
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Question 1 A. Describe the process of DNA replication. Begin by drawing a replication fork and labeling the leading and lagging strands and the polarity of each strand. Draw and label the proteins, structures, and enzymes involved in DNA replication. Explain the processes of leading and lagging strand synthesis.
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