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    1. 1. DNA Replication Blake Bizousky
    2. 2. 5’ 3’ DNA replication is a process where DNA is copied. This process occurs in a cell stage called interphase. In order for the DNA molecule to “unzip” the hydrogen bonds shared between the different nitrogen bases such as adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine, must break apart. The enzyme that unwinds and unzips the molecule is DNA helicase. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - DNA helicase 3’ 5’ - Nucleotide
    3. 3. 5’ 3’ DNA replication is a process where DNA is copied. This process occurs in a cell stage called interphase. In order for the DNA molecule to “unzip” the hydrogen bonds shared between the different nitrogen bases such as adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine, must break apart. The enzyme that unwinds and unzips the molecule is DNA helicase. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - DNA helicase 3’ 5’ - Nucleotide
    4. 4. 5’ 3’ DNA replication is a process where DNA is copied. This process occurs in a cell stage called interphase. In order for the DNA molecule to “unzip” the hydrogen bonds shared between the different nitrogen bases such as adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine, must break apart. The enzyme that unwinds and unzips the molecule is DNA helicase. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - DNA helicase 3’ 5’ - Nucleotide
    5. 5. DNA replication is a process where DNA is copied. This process occurs in a cell stage called interphase. In order for the DNA molecule to “unzip” the hydrogen bonds shared between the different nitrogen bases such as adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine, must break apart. The enzyme that unwinds and unzips the molecule is DNA helicase. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - DNA helicase - Nucleotide
    6. 6. DNA replication is a process where DNA is copied. This process occurs in a cell stage called interphase. In order for the DNA molecule to “unzip” the hydrogen bonds shared between the different nitrogen bases such as adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine, must break apart. The enzyme that unwinds and unzips the molecule is DNA helicase. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - DNA helicase - Nucleotide
    7. 7. DNA replication is a process where DNA is copied. This process occurs in a cell stage called interphase. In order for the DNA molecule to “unzip” the hydrogen bonds shared between the different nitrogen bases such as adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine, must break apart. The enzyme that unwinds and unzips the molecule is DNA helicase. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - DNA helicase - Nucleotide
    8. 8. DNA replication is a process where DNA is copied. This process occurs in a cell stage called interphase. In order for the DNA molecule to “unzip” the hydrogen bonds shared between the different nitrogen bases such as adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine, must break apart. The enzyme that unwinds and unzips the molecule is DNA helicase. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - DNA helicase - Nucleotide
    9. 9. DNA replication is a process where DNA is copied. This process occurs in a cell stage called interphase. In order for the DNA molecule to “unzip” the hydrogen bonds shared between the different nitrogen bases such as adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine, must break apart. The enzyme that unwinds and unzips the molecule is DNA helicase. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - DNA helicase - Nucleotide
    10. 10. DNA replication is a process where DNA is copied. This process occurs in a cell stage called interphase. In order for the DNA molecule to “unzip” the hydrogen bonds shared between the different nitrogen bases such as adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine, must break apart. The enzyme that unwinds and unzips the molecule is DNA helicase. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - DNA helicase - Nucleotide
    11. 11. DNA replication is a process where DNA is copied. This process occurs in a cell stage called interphase. In order for the DNA molecule to “unzip” the hydrogen bonds shared between the different nitrogen bases such as adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine, must break apart. The enzyme that unwinds and unzips the molecule is DNA helicase. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - DNA helicase - Nucleotide
    12. 12. DNA replication is a process where DNA is copied. This process occurs in a cell stage called interphase. In order for the DNA molecule to “unzip” the hydrogen bonds shared between the different nitrogen bases such as adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine, must break apart. The enzyme that unwinds and unzips the molecule is DNA helicase. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - DNA helicase - Nucleotide
    13. 13. DNA replication is a process where DNA is copied. This process occurs in a cell stage called interphase. In order for the DNA molecule to “unzip” the hydrogen bonds shared between the different nitrogen bases such as adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine, must break apart. The enzyme that unwinds and unzips the molecule is DNA helicase. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - DNA helicase - Nucleotide
    14. 14. DNA replication is a process where DNA is copied. This process occurs in a cell stage called interphase. In order for the DNA molecule to “unzip” the hydrogen bonds shared between the different nitrogen bases such as adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine, must break apart. The enzyme that unwinds and unzips the molecule is DNA helicase. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - DNA helicase - Nucleotide
    15. 15. DNA replication is a process where DNA is copied. This process occurs in a cell stage called interphase. In order for the DNA molecule to “unzip” the hydrogen bonds shared between the different nitrogen bases such as adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine, must break apart. The enzyme that unwinds and unzips the molecule is DNA helicase. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - DNA helicase - Nucleotide
    16. 16. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    17. 17. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    18. 18. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    19. 19. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    20. 20. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    21. 21. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    22. 22. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    23. 23. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    24. 24. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    25. 25. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    26. 26. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    27. 27. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    28. 28. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    29. 29. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    30. 30. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    31. 31. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    32. 32. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    33. 33. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    34. 34. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    35. 35. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    36. 36. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    37. 37. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    38. 38. Once the DNA molecule is completely “unzipped”, new nucleotides are linked together to make exact copies of the DNA. The strand on the left is strand 1 and the strand on the right is strand 2. This strand coming into the DNA would be a complementary strand to strand 1. Only certain bases can bond together. Mutations can occur during this process, though they can only happen few times. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    39. 39. Strand 1 is now zipped up in a continuous way. The strand zips from a 5’ prime to 3’ prime. These two stands are paired together by DNA polymerase III in complete part these strands are called the leading strand. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    40. 40. Strand 1 is now zipped up in a continuous way. The strand zips from a 5’ prime to 3’ prime. These two stands are paired together by DNA polymerase III in complete part these strands are called the leading strand. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    41. 41. Strand 1 is now zipped up in a continuous way. The strand zips from a 5’ prime to 3’ prime. These two stands are paired together by DNA polymerase III in complete part these strands are called the leading strand. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    42. 42. Strand 1 is now zipped up in a continuous way. The strand zips from a 5’ prime to 3’ prime. These two stands are paired together by DNA polymerase III in complete part these strands are called the leading strand. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    43. 43. Strand 1 is now zipped up in a continuous way. The strand zips from a 5’ prime to 3’ prime. These two stands are paired together by DNA polymerase III in complete part these strands are called the leading strand. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    44. 44. Strand 1 is now zipped up in a continuous way. The strand zips from a 5’ prime to 3’ prime. These two stands are paired together by DNA polymerase III in complete part these strands are called the leading strand. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    45. 45. Strand 1 is now zipped up in a continuous way. The strand zips from a 5’ prime to 3’ prime. These two stands are paired together by DNA polymerase III in complete part these strands are called the leading strand. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    46. 46. Strand 1 is now zipped up in a continuous way. The strand zips from a 5’ prime to 3’ prime. These two stands are paired together by DNA polymerase III in complete part these strands are called the leading strand. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    47. 47. Strand 1 is now zipped up in a continuous way. The strand zips from a 5’ prime to 3’ prime. These two stands are paired together by DNA polymerase III in complete part these strands are called the leading strand. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    48. 48. Strand 1 is now zipped up in a continuous way. The strand zips from a 5’ prime to 3’ prime. These two stands are paired together by DNA polymerase III in complete part these strands are called the leading strand. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    49. 49. Strand 1 is now zipped up in a continuous way. The strand zips from a 5’ prime to 3’ prime. These two stands are paired together by DNA polymerase III in complete part these strands are called the leading strand. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    50. 50. Strand 1 is now zipped up in a continuous way. The strand zips from a 5’ prime to 3’ prime. These two stands are paired together by DNA polymerase III in complete part these strands are called the leading strand. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    51. 51. Now that one DNA molecule has been copied the other strand must be paired with it’s complementary strand too. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    52. 52. Now that one DNA molecule has been copied the other strand must be paired with it’s complementary strand too. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    53. 53. Now that one DNA molecule has been copied the other strand must be paired with it’s complementary strand too. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    54. 54. Now that one DNA molecule has been copied the other strand must be paired with it’s complementary strand too. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    55. 55. Now that one DNA molecule has been copied the other strand must be paired with it’s complementary strand too. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    56. 56. Now that one DNA molecule has been copied the other strand must be paired with it’s complementary strand too. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    57. 57. Now that one DNA molecule has been copied the other strand must be paired with it’s complementary strand too. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    58. 58. Now that one DNA molecule has been copied the other strand must be paired with it’s complementary strand too. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    59. 59. Now that one DNA molecule has been copied the other strand must be paired with it’s complementary strand too. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    60. 60. Strand 2 from the original DNA molecule must still be paired together with complementary nucleotides to form the second copy of the DNA. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    61. 61. Strand 2 from the original DNA molecule must still be paired together with complementary nucleotides to form the second copy of the DNA. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    62. 62. Strand 2 from the original DNA molecule must still be paired together with complementary nucleotides to form the second copy of the DNA. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    63. 63. Strand 2 from the original DNA molecule must still be paired together with complementary nucleotides to form the second copy of the DNA. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    64. 64. Strand 2 from the original DNA molecule must still be paired together with complementary nucleotides to form the second copy of the DNA. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    65. 65. Strand 2 from the original DNA molecule must still be paired together with complementary nucleotides to form the second copy of the DNA. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    66. 66. Strand 2 from the original DNA molecule must still be paired together with complementary nucleotides to form the second copy of the DNA. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    67. 67. Strand 2 from the original DNA molecule must still be paired together with complementary nucleotides to form the second copy of the DNA. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III
    68. 68. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    69. 69. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    70. 70. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    71. 71. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    72. 72. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    73. 73. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    74. 74. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    75. 75. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    76. 76. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    77. 77. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    78. 78. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    79. 79. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    80. 80. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    81. 81. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    82. 82. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    83. 83. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    84. 84. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    85. 85. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    86. 86. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    87. 87. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    88. 88. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    89. 89. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    90. 90. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    91. 91. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    92. 92. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    93. 93. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    94. 94. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    95. 95. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    96. 96. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    97. 97. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    98. 98. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    99. 99. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    100. 100. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    101. 101. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    102. 102. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    103. 103. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    104. 104. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    105. 105. This DNA molecule will be pair together in 3’ to 5’. This strand is the lagging strand and is paired up in small segments called Okazaki fragments. Once a starting point is given by Primase, DNA polymerase III then finishes pairing the nucleotides with the help of DNA ligase and DNA polymerase I. - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    106. 106. We now have two identical DNA molecule! - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    107. 107. We now have two identical DNA molecule! - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    108. 108. We now have two identical DNA molecule! - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    109. 109. We now have two identical DNA molecule! - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I
    110. 110. 5’ 3’ 5’ 3’ We now have two identical DNA molecule! - Adenine - Phosphate -Thymine - Sugar -Guanine -Cytosine - Nucleotide -DNA Polymerase III -DNA Ligase - DNA Polymerase I 3’ 5’ 3’ 5’

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