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    Two strands of a DNA molecule are radio-labeled such that each strand can be uniquely identified.

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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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