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DNA Replication: Make exact copies of DNA strands, Uses helicase enzymes to unwind DNA, Uses DNA polymerase copies the new strands of DNA, Takes place in the nucleus, Called semi-conservative replication. , Built in two different directions, Transcription: Uses DNA to make a copy of messenger RNA., mRNA leaves the nucleus and goes to the ribosome, Only a small segment of DNA is read. , Translation: Takes place in the ribosome , Uses tRNA molecules, Reads the mRNA to create a polypeptide , Uses start codons and stop codons, Uses codons to determine amino acids,

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