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Problem: The replication of lagging strands of DNA differs from the replication of leading strands in thatA) DNA is replicated as short fragments.B) RNA primers are not required.C) DNA ligase is not needed.D) primase is not required.E) DNA synthesis proceeds in the 3′-to-5′ direction.

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The replication of lagging strands of DNA differs from the replication of leading strands in that

A) DNA is replicated as short fragments.

B) RNA primers are not required.

C) DNA ligase is not needed.

D) primase is not required.

E) DNA synthesis proceeds in the 3′-to-5′ direction.

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