anonymous
  • anonymous
What will be the result if the replication process is followed as described? 1. DNA separates into two strands 2. The nitrogenous bases on the original strands code to arrange the new strands 3. The separated DNA builds new complementary strands
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anonymous
  • anonymous
the options are The RNA sequence will begin. The base hydrogen bonds will be broken. Two new complementary strands of DNA will be built. Two new base pairs will be built.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Two new complementary strands of DNA will be built. I think it's this.
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  • anonymous
They all seem correct to me idk.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Im pretty sure its tht one
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  • anonymous
Thanks
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No Problem:D

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