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4.3: DNA Structure and Replication

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base pair Pair of nucleotide bases (A-T or G-C) that form the middle of the DNA molecule.
Chargaff’s rules Observations by Erwin Chargaff that concentrations of the four nucleotide bases differ among species; and that, within a species, the concentrations of adenine and thymine are always about the same and the concentrations of cytosine and guanine are always about the same.
double helix Double spiral shape of the DNA molecule.
semi-conservative DNA replication process where half of the parent DNA molecule is conserved in each of the two daughter DNA molecules.
DNA replication Process of copying DNA prior to cell division.

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