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  • DNA Replication Animation By: Alex Eberhart
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase View slide
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase View slide
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Cytosine -Phosphate -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ Replication begins at the origin of replication. The DNA Helicase unwinds or unzips the double helix so there will be two separate DNA strands to begin replicating. -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Helicase
  • 5’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 5’ 3’ Single-Stranded Binding Proteins bind to the leading strand to keep it stable while the enzyme, DNA Polymerase III comes in and synthesizes the leading strand constantly. -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Polymerase III
  • 5’ 5’ 3’ Single-Stranded Binding Proteins bind to the leading strand to keep it stable while the enzyme, DNA Polymerase III comes in and synthesizes the leading strand constantly. -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Polymerase III
  • 5’ 3’ Single-Stranded Binding Proteins bind to the leading strand to keep it stable while the enzyme, DNA Polymerase III comes in and synthesizes the leading strand constantly. 5’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Polymerase III
  • 5’ 3’ Single-Stranded Binding Proteins bind to the leading strand to keep it stable while the enzyme, DNA Polymerase III comes in and synthesizes the leading strand constantly. 5’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Polymerase III
  • 5’ 3’ Single-Stranded Binding Proteins bind to the leading strand to keep it stable while the enzyme, DNA Polymerase III comes in and synthesizes the leading strand constantly. 5’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Polymerase III
  • 5’ 3’ Single-Stranded Binding Proteins bind to the leading strand to keep it stable while the enzyme, DNA Polymerase III comes in and synthesizes the leading strand constantly. -Sugar 5’ -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Polymerase III
  • 5’ 3’ Single-Stranded Binding Proteins bind to the leading strand to keep it stable while the enzyme, DNA Polymerase III comes in and synthesizes the leading strand constantly. -Sugar -Phosphate 5’ -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ -Cytosine 5’ -Thymine -DNA Polymerase III
  • 5’ 3’ Single-Stranded Binding Proteins bind to the leading strand to keep it stable while the enzyme, DNA Polymerase III comes in and synthesizes the leading strand constantly. -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine 5’ 3’ -Guanine 5’ -Thymine -DNA Polymerase III
  • 5’ 3’ 3’ Single-Stranded Binding Proteins bind to the leading strand to keep it stable while the enzyme, DNA Polymerase III comes in and synthesizes the leading strand constantly. -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ 5’ -Thymine -DNA Polymerase III
  • 5’ 3’ 3’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’ 3’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’ 3’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’ 3’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’ 3’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’ 3’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’ 3’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA
  • 5’ 3’ 3’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA
  • 5’ 3’ 3’ -Sugar 3’ -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA
  • 5’ 3’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide 3’ -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA
  • 5’ 3’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine 3’ -Guanine 3’ 5’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA
  • 5’ 3’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 3’ 5’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA
  • 5’ 5’ 3’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 3’ 5’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ The enzyme, DNA Polymerase I then has to come in and synthesize the lagging strand to change the RNA into DNA. -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA -DNA Polymerase I
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ The enzyme, DNA Polymerase I then has to come in and synthesize the lagging strand to change the RNA into DNA. -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA -DNA Polymerase I
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ The enzyme, DNA Polymerase I then has to come in and synthesize the lagging strand to change the RNA into DNA. -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA -DNA Polymerase I
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ The enzyme, DNA Polymerase I then has to come in and synthesize the lagging strand to change the RNA into DNA. -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA -DNA Polymerase I
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ The enzyme, DNA Polymerase I then has to come in and synthesize the lagging strand to change the RNA into DNA. -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA -DNA Polymerase I
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ The enzyme, DNA Polymerase I then has to come in and synthesize the lagging strand to change the RNA into DNA. -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA -DNA Polymerase I
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ The enzyme, DNA Polymerase I then has to come in and synthesize the lagging strand to change the RNA into DNA. -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA -DNA Polymerase I
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ The enzyme, DNA Polymerase I then has to come in and synthesize the lagging strand to change the RNA into DNA. -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA -DNA Polymerase I
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ The enzyme, DNA Polymerase I then has to come in and synthesize the lagging strand to change the RNA into DNA. -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA -DNA Polymerase I
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ The enzyme, DNA Polymerase I then has to come in and synthesize the lagging strand to change the RNA into DNA. -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA -DNA Polymerase I
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ The enzyme, DNA Polymerase I then has to come in and synthesize the lagging strand to change the RNA into DNA. -Sugar -Phosphate -Cytosine -Nucleotide -Adenine -Guanine 3’ 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -RNA -DNA Polymerase I
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ The enzyme, DNA Polymerase I then has to come in and synthesize the lagging strand to change the RNA into DNA. -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide
  • 5’ 3’5’ 3’ In the end there are now 4 strands of DNA. -Sugar -Phosphate -Adenine -Guanine 3 5’3’ 5’ -Thymine -Cytosine -Nucleotide