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During DNA replication, why is it that the entire molecule does not open in one go ? Explain replication fork. What are the two functions that the monomers (dNTPs) play ?

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For long DNA molecules, since the two strands of DNA cannot be separated in its entire length (due to very high energy requirement), the replication occur within a small opening of the DNA helix, referred to as replication fork.

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