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When the DNA strand splits into two, what are these two said to be? A. Coded B. Complimentary C. Concise D. Contradictory What happens to the two strands of a DNA molecule after replication? A. Both strands change the order of their bases and pair back again to form a different DNA molecule. B. Each strand forms a new DNA molecule by pairing up with a complementary new strand. C. Each strand forms a single-strand DNA molecule. D. Each strand splits in two and forms a new double-strand DNA molecule.

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    1.B 2. most probably D, but the term replication itself mean the process (your Q is what happened after replication)

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