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Unformatted text preview: alculation. In most plants the error rate per base pair is 7 per 109. How many SNPs (single-nucleotide polymorphisms) in a field of soybeans if planted at a density of 240,000/hectare? And there are other types of mutations that are occurring at the same time. 22 BIO 1140 Unit 2-1:Replication DNA Replication in Eucaryotes Key Points to CONSIDER (Summary) Why do you need 3 types of DNA synthesis for a chromosome? What Do happens when you need more or faster DNA synthesis? all DNAs have ends? What happens to them? When DNA replicates what happens to the chromosome? (think, what is a chromosome? what needs to be synthesized?) What signals the cell to replicate the DNA? Organelles 23 and replication (more DNA polymerases) if we didnt have a repair mechanism-skin damage....
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