When and why is DNA replicated?

When and why is DNA replicated?

DNA replication needs to occur because existing cells divide to produce new cells. Each cell needs a full instruction manual to operate properly. So the DNA needs to be copied before cell division so that each new cell receives a full set of instructions!

In what stage does the DNA replicate?

S phase

What happens when DNA is activated?

Spooky Genes A gene is a set of chemical instructions, made of DNA, telling the body how to do something. When a gene is activated, those chemical instructions get transcribed by our RNA, and our cells can then use that copied sequence as a scaffold to build complex molecules.

What is a DNA activator?

A transcriptional activator is a protein (transcription factor) that increases transcription of a gene or set of genes. Most activators are DNA-binding proteins that bind to enhancers or promoter-proximal elements. The DNA site bound by the activator is referred to as an “activator-binding site”.

Can frequencies change DNA?

“Most astounding of all, the team discovered that living human DNA can be changed and rearranged with spoken words and phrases. The key to changing DNA with words and phrases is in using the right frequency. For instance, they successfully transmitted information patterns from one set of DNA to another.

How many DNA strands are there?

two strands

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