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    After three bouts of replication, how many new molecules of

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    Two strands of a DNA molecule are radio-labeled such that each strand can be uniquely identified. After three bouts of replication, how many new molecules of DNA are formed? How many strands of DNA are radio-labeled? Are both radio-labeled strands in the same DNA molecule? Why or why not?

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    Two strands of a DNA molecule are radio-labeled such that each strand can be uniquely identified. After three bouts of replication, how many new molecules of DNA are formed?

    Firstly, there is an issue here with the definition of a DNA molecule. The question has defined the DNA double helix as a ...

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    Explores the effect of replication on the number of DNA molecules in a system or cell, as well as the fate of each of the original molecules.

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