How does RNA replication take place?
Dec 30, 2016
The DNA strands unwind and complemetary of RNAs are synthesized.
- First of all the DNA strand unwind and then replicate in semiconservative mode of replication i.e., each strand has one new strand and one old strand.
- The complementary nitrogenous bases of new strands are joined with hydrogen bond. The adenine joins with thymine and guanine with cytocine.
- Like this the single stranded RNAs are also synthesized on the complementary nitrogenous bases on DNA template, but here uracil is found. Thank you