Question: Number of origins for dna replication in eukaryotes?
Contrast the differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic DNA replication
-number of origins for DNA replication
-where replication takes place in the cell Edit
Answer: In prokaryotic cell, DNA replication takes place in cytoplasm.
In eukaryotic cell, it takes place in the nucleus during the S-phase of cell cycle.
There are multiple origins for DNA replication in case of eukaryotic cells, while the number is one in case of bacterial cells. Edit
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