It starts of with some of the most important enzymes. DNA Helicase, RNA Primase, DNA Polymerase, and DNA Ligase. The DNA Helicase would unwind the double helix. The RNA Primase would build a RNA primer. DMA Polymerase would match and lay down nucleotides to build a daughter strand go DNA. And DNA Ligase joins the adjacent Okazaki fragments.
Hey Stewart, how does DNA replicate?
Helicase, an enzyme breaks down the hydrogen bonds, and this will hold the complementary bases together. Then each strand of the double helix unzips.
Replication fork is the splitting of two single strands of DNA