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1. Draw a dinucleotide composed of A and C on the same strand connected by a
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1. Draw a dinucleotide composed of A and C on the same strand connected by a
1. Draw a dinucleotide composed of A and C on the same strand connected by a phosphodiester bond. Next to this draw the complementary dinucleotide in antiparallel fashion. Connect the dinucleotides with the correct number of hydrogen bonds. 2. Make the complementary strand for the following DNA template and label as 5’ to 3’ or 3’ to 5’ based on the sequence. P=phosphate in the sequence. Draw an arrow to show the direction of synthesis of the new strand? Template P-AGGCTCG-OH Write the complementary strand in the discussion post and determine how many hydrogen bonds are in this double strand of DNA? 3. How does DNA replication occur in a precise manner to ensure that identical genetic information is put into the new chromatid?

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