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AP Biology: DNA Replication Lab You will use simulations to demonstrate the structure and replication of DNA in this laboratory exercise. As you have studied, the genetic information for living organisms is stored in the structure of deoxyribose nucleic acid (DNA). Our DNA molecules carry the genetic code for inherited characteristics in the triplet-coded sequences of its nitrogen bases. Each time a cell divides, its DNA is precisely duplicated (DNA replication) so that the DNA of the cells formed is identical to that of the original cell.

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