AP Bio DNA Replication Comic Part 2

AP Bio DNA Replication Comic Part 2
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  • After DNA Polymerase replaced the RNA primers with DNA, there was another problem. The lagging strand was in pieces called Okazaki fragments!
  • deoxyribose sugar deoxyribose sugar deoxyribose sugar deoxyribose sugar deoxyribose sugar deoxyribose sugar
  • nitrogen base nitrogen base nitrogen base nitrogen base nitrogen base nitrogen base
  • What are we going to do?!
  • I can help! My name is DNA Ligase, and I can join the Okazaki fragments together.
  • Thank you very much!
  • Now we have two strands of the identical DNA! We successfully replicated the DNA!
  • Great job guys! Now we have to repeat everything we just did starting at each replication origin. I know it seems like a lot of work, but we can do it if we all work together!
  • I wish we had done Prokaryotic DNA Replication instead of Eukaryotic DNA Replication, so there would only be one replication origin and we would be done already.
  • DNA is made up of nucleotides, and each nucleotide has a phosphate group, which is covalently bonded to a deoxyribose sugar, which is covalently bonded one of four nitrogen bases - adenine, thymine, guanine, or cytosine. These bases are connected to another base from another nucleotide with a hydrogen bond, and I am breaking these hydrogen bonds to unwind the DNA.
  • How?
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