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In the replication of a DNA molecule, two daughter molecules, Q and R, are formed. The following base sequence is part of the newly formed strand in daughter molecule Q. 5 ′ ACTTAG 3 ′ Indicate the corresponding base sequence in a. the newly formed strand in daughter molecule R. b. the “parent” strand in daughter molecule Q. c. the “parent” strand in daughter molecule R.

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H. Stephen Stoker
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ISBN: 9781285853918
Chapter 22, Problem 22.59EP
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In the replication of a DNA molecule, two daughter molecules, Q and R, are formed. The following base sequence is part of the newly formed strand in daughter molecule Q.

5 ACTTAG 3

Indicate the corresponding base sequence in

  1. a. the newly formed strand in daughter molecule R.
  2. b. the “parent” strand in daughter molecule Q.
  3. c. the “parent” strand in daughter molecule R.

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The newly formed strand in daughter molecule R has to be predicted.

Concept introduction: DNA molecule consists of a 2-deoxyribose sugar, a base and a phosphate group.  During the process of replication, DNA molecule cleaves in two identical daughter DNA strands.

Explanation of Solution

In the process of DNA replication, the newly formed strands are antiparallel to each other, containing a base pairing between adenine (A)-thymine (T) and cytosine (C)-guanine (G).  The newly formed strand for Q is 5' ACTT

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The “parent” strand in daughter molecule Q has to be identified.

Concept introduction: DNA molecule consists of a 2-deoxyribose sugar, a base and a phosphate group.  During the process of replication, DNA molecule cleaves in two identical daughter DNA strands.

(c)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The “parent” strand for the daughter molecule R has to be identified.

Concept introduction: DNA molecule consists of a 2-deoxyribose sugar, a base and a phosphate group.  During the process of replication, DNA molecule cleaves in two identical daughter DNA strands.

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