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What critical event occurs during the S phase of the eukaryotic
cell cycle?
a. Cells make a decision of whether or not to divide.
b. DNA replication produces pairs of sister chromatids.
c. The chromosomes condense.
d. The single nucleus is divided into two nuclei

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