When DNA replication is complete, is there going to be any RNA on either strands?
When replication is complete, there will be no RNA on either side
DNA REPLICATION: DNA replication is semi conservative. Each strand in the double helix acts as a template for synthesis of a complementary strand.
New DNA is made by enzymes called DNA polymerases, which require a template and a primer and synthesize DNA in the 5' to 3' direction
DNA TRANSCRIPTION: Gene's DNA sequence is copied to make an RNA molecule. RNA polymerase uses on the DNA strands as a template to make a new, complementary RNA molecule.
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