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5 July, 10:49

Why is DNA replication called a "semi-conservative" process?

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  1. 5 July, 11:38
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    Because when the DNA replication occurs, it will first uncoiling. And each strand will be a template for replicating. So the new DNA will have one strand from the origin DNA and one strand from newly synthesis. That's the reason of semi-conservation.
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