Continuation To DNA Replication

Continuation To DNA Replication
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  • Direction Of Replication
  • WOW! That is a lot to take in, but that is so cool!
  • Final Product/Conclusion
  • Thank you so much for all of this! I learned many new things and I got my questions answered.
  • After the RNA Primer is replaced by DNA (by another DNA Polymerase), DNA Ligase joins the Okazaki Fragment to the growing strand. The end product is two semi-conservative daughter DNA molecules. And that is all of the things I learned from the book I read.
  • Another thing I learned from my book was about the Direction of Replication. The Leading Strand elongates as DNA unwinds and is replicated continuously. The leading strand follows a 5 prime to 3 prime direction, but the lagging strand follows a 3 prime to 5 prime direction. The leading strand is synthesized continuously, whereas the lagging strand isn't. Primase synthesizes a short RNA Primer, which is extended by DNA Polymerase to form an Okazaki Fragment.
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