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ch13BIO201spr08 - Cellular Reproduction Two main...

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Cellular Reproduction Two main considerations: 1. Nuclear division: * Mitosis 2. Cell division: Cytokinesis * Mitosis is not cell division.
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How does DNA replicate? Note: This is not transcription. How can you tell it is replication and not transcription? DNA replication occurs BEFORE mitosis, when the nucleus is still intact (in the middle of interphase, called S phase).
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06_03_own duplication.jpg This would be called semiconservative replication. Each strand of the original duplex stays intact, but the duplex does not. The strands end up in different daughter duplexes. Each daughter strand is made of one entirely old and one entirely new strand. Alternate possibilities? Ch. 13 DNA Replication Understand what semiconservative means Understand the experiments that showed DNA replication is semiconservative
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Other possibilities: 2. The original helix stays intact and copies are made of it. That would be called
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course BIO 201 taught by Professor Janicke during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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