How many DNA molecules are there after replication of ONE DNA double helix?

1 Answer
Nov 30, 2017

Answer:

2 DNA double helices

Explanation:

DNA replicates with the semi-conservative way. I.E. 1 double stranded DNA (dsDNA) can form 2 double stranded DNA molecules when it is replicated. Each one of the two strands of the initial dsDNA is used as a template to form a new strand and eventually end up with a new dsDNA molecule formed from each of the two initial DNA strands.

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