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During DNA replication, the two parental strands separate and each acts as a template to direct the enzyme catalysed synthesis of a new complementary daughter strand following the normal base pairing rule. Three basic steps involved in DNA replication are Initiation, elongation and termination.Does DNA replication always start at origin of replication?
Starting DNA replication. The process of DNA replication begins at a specific site along a strand of DNA called the 'origins of replication'. The origins of replication are short sections on a DNA molecule that contain a specific set of nucleotides. Prokaryotic cells will often have only one origin of replication for their ring of DNA.What is the last step in DNA replication called?
DNA Replication. The last step in DNA replication is the putting together the Okazaki fragments so they are one seamless piece. This involves using an enzyme called DNA ligase. DNA ligase glues together the pieces of DNA to make one long molecule. The DNA can now be recoiled so that it will fit inside the cell.