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Draw a molecule of DNA undergoing rolling-circle replication. On your
drawing, identify (a) origin of replication, (b) polarity (5′ and 3′ ends) of all template and newly synthesized strands, (c) leading and lagging strands, (d) Okazaki fragments, and (e) locations of primers.

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