DNA #12 Replication Fork Outline
DNA unwinding and creating two new daughter molecules. The DNA molecule is a double helix whose strands are linked by base pairs. DNA encodes genetic information in the sequence of these bases (adenine, guanine, cytosine, and thymine). The coiling strands are made from a sugar phosphate polymer. When DNA replicates the strands unwind and act as templates for the new molecules..
Illustration ID: DNA-12_Replication_Outline
Illustration size: 144.0 Mpixels (412 MB uncompressed) - 12000x12000 pixels (40.0x40.0 in / 101.6x101.6 cm at 300 ppi)