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29. What function does helicase perform during replication? A) It stabilizes the negative charge of the transition state. B) It utilizes ATP to power strand separation. C) It adds negative supercoils to DNA. D) A and C. E) None of the above. Ans: B
Section: 34.2 30. How can the leading and lagging strands be synthesized in a coordinated fashion?
Section: 34.2 31. The free end of the eukaryotic chromosome is thought to form a unique DNA structure that allows for complete replication. This structure involves a G-rich repeating sequence and forms a:
Section: 34.2 32. The term processivity:
Section: 34.2
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Chapter 34 DNA Replication5 33. The ends of the eukaryotic chromosomes are called: A) pyrimidine caps. B) telomeres. C) G-rich ends. D) replicon ends. E) None of the above. Ans: B
Section: 34.2 34. DNA clamps:
Section: 34.2 35. involves:
Section: 34.2 Short-Answer Questions 36. Why are enzymes, other than DNA polymerase, required for replication?
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