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Friday, January 21, 2011

Biological Science: DNA Replication

We're getting to the end of science week here at Lifeformation but there are a couple days left so don't fret! This little info-graphic simply describes how DNA replication works. It's simple, but always good to know.

26 comments:

  1. Yes, good to know. Next time I need to replicate DNA I will know exactly what to do! lol

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  2. I had this same exact picture in my molecular bio book 2 semesters ago. Can you guess what happens as a result of super coiling due to the topoisomerase?

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  3. I guess I'll go out and make a few clones of myself!

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  4. I *think* I got the general idea... Biology never was my strong point :P

    But it's a good diagram for those wanting to refresh their memory on their existing knowledge.

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  5. cool, I've learned this in my school ^_^

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  6. i remember this from biotech that was a hard class

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  7. good to know i feel much smarter now

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  8. Always interesting to know! Excuse me while I clone myself ;)

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  11. already learned this in biology but thanks for the brush up :)

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  12. DNA replication is so fascinating. Thanks for sharing :D

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  13. should help me out with all my DNA replicating needs

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  14. Now to learn about how cloning works. I'll make two of me! =d
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  15. Mind was blown in high school biology the second I realized A could only pair with T, and G with C. It's such a brilliant mechanism to replicate the DNA. Not really related to your graphic, but it reminded me of that.

    But, lettuce be reality, DNA replication overall has got to be one of the most fascinating mechanisms in all of biology.

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    It's safe there.

    ~showing my fellow bloggers some support

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