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Life Science

RNA and DNA involvement in Cell Replication

What are the 3 steps of the cell cycle during interphase. G1 phase , S phase, G2 phase
The DNA double helix can be released to allow replication. True
What is Mitosis. The process of cell duplication in which two daughter cells receive exactly the same nuclear material as the original cell.
The S in S phase stands for sterilization. False
What happens in the G1 phase. The DNA double helix unwinds to expose the bases.
In the G2 phase the DNA double helix unwinds with help of enzymes. False
The three phases of interphase allow for checkpoints to make sure things are working properly. True
What does the G2 interphase include. Continued protein synthesis and cell growth in preparation for cell division.
The G1 and G2 phases are times of growth and preparation for major changes. True
How is DNA double helix released to allow replication. Enzymes imitate the process of winding DNA and releasing the two complementary strands of that DNA so that DNA polymerase enzymes can duplicate them.
There are two steps of the cell during interphase. False
what does the G in G1 and G2 stand for. Gap
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