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    Eukaryotic cells

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    When DNA is replicated in Eukaryotic cells, it gets shorter with each round of division due to the mechanics of DNA replication. How do Eukaryotic cells prevent the loss of important information? How do bacteria cope with this problem? These questions are pondered.

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    Eukaryotic cells have telomeres at the end of their chromosomes which are long repeated sequences that serve to protect the information encoded ...

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