In bacterial DNA replication of the lagging strand, __________ is required for the synthesis of a new DNA strand whereas __________ is required for removing the RNA primer and replacing it with DNA nucleotides.
Replication of the lagging strand of DNA is accomplished by repeatedly making __________ followed by 1,000–2,000 nucleotide segments called __________.
DNA polymerase adds nucleotides to the __________ of the leading strands, and to the __________ of the lagging strands (Okazaki fragments).
Of the three alternative models of DNA replication, which are the __________ models, the one that explains how DNA replicates is the __________ model.
When __________ form after an exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light, a __________ can remove the damaged nucleotides and replace them with normal nucleotides.
In DNA replication, the next nucleotide is incorporated into the growing polymer at the __________ of the molecule by an enzyme called __________.
What is the 3' end and what is the 5' end.
In DNA, the two purines are __________, and the two pyrimidines are __________.
What describes DNA replication?
The role of DNA polymerases in DNA replication is to __________.
Telomeres are __________.
NA replication begins at a site called the origin of replication, forming a bubble, which is followed by a __________, where parental strands are unwound by __________.
A virus that infects bacteria is called a __________, which is made up of the macromolecules __________ and __________.
The information in DNA is contained in __________.