|what happens at the replication fork||0.77||0.6||3009||54|
|what is a replication fork||1.03||0.1||6811||24|
|what occurs at the dna replication fork||0.02||0.1||5159||68|
|function of replication fork||0.28||0.5||569||48|
|a replication fork is||0.26||0.4||3213||63|
|purpose of a replication fork||1.77||0.7||313||68|
|where is the replication fork||1.14||0.7||8413||9|
|after formation of replication fork||0.98||0.4||6422||45|
|why is replication fork important||1.91||0.3||6251||27|
|replication fork in dna replication||0.71||0.2||5389||47|
|diagram of replication fork||0.87||1||3839||62|
|definition of replication fork||0.69||0.7||4180||68|
|replication fork definition bio||1.12||0.6||8056||8|
|this image shows a replication fork||0.84||0.6||2264||13|
|replication fork definition biology||0.15||0.8||8064||4|
|two replication forks form a||1.49||0.5||4213||12|
This is called the leading strand. The other strand is called the lagging strand. On the lagging strand, the new strand's 3'-hydroxyl end points away from the replication fork. This forces the elongation process to occur in a discontinuous manner. As replication moves along the template strand, a series of shorter DNA polymers form.What does the replication fork do?
Replication Fork. The replication fork is a structure which is formed during the process of DNA replication. It is activated by helicases, which helps in breaking the hydrogen bonds, and holds the two strands of the helix. The resulting structure has two branching’s which is known as prongs, where each one is made up of single strand of DNA.What is made from the replication process?
Replication is the actual manufacturing process of pressing Compact Discs (CDs) or Digital Versatile Discs (DVDs). It involves creation of a glass master that is placed onto a stamper which is then injected into a mold (shape of a disc) made from polycarbonate substrates.