The animation's cool and educational.my cousins were laughing at some point, but i dont understand.....oh yeah, the dna and rna looked lik pipe cleaners;D
I think genetics are really cool, and I also think there are so many more things we don't know about them yet which is why they seem so cool to me.\lauten 7f
Its so awesome how every part of the DNA is copied it is kind-of like like a live copier machine!-Peter Freitag 7E :)
its pretty interesting to see how all this happens a million times over inside of us in a matter of seconds.
wow, thats really complex and interestin how it dublicates. how long does it actually take?
That's so awesome how those blue things work so quickly!
that was so cool how all of the DNA and everything else twisted into a thread and how it all fits in a cell nucleus!!!
thanks for showing us it in class
Wondefrfly briliant the dna moves almost too fast for my eye to see it
okay the video went by really fast but if im correct the helicae (thats how you spell it right??) is a protein that unwinds the original double helix, and then other proteins make new ones which wind with the old one??but this was a really cool video, it like breaks off with one "machine thing" and then reattaches to another i think and then over and over;D awesomee!
This is a really good guide to help with HW #64!!It helped me! Thanks Leslie!
it probably takes like a second or somethig, maybe less?
The the animation was really helpful! What makes the new DNA strand? How is it made? And what happens to the original DNA? Does it get a new strand of DNA?
This video really helped when we watched it in class today. WhenI was doing the homework I got a visual of what DNA replication looked like. Thanks Leslie! =D
Reminds me of a factory since it runs so smooth and efficiently.-Shahriyar Haider
i also though that this was really helpful, owen i think that the original dna is split into two seperate strands. so essentially one strand of the original is in each copy each one gets a new single strand.
Awesome. Radical. Thanks Leslie...
Hi Leslie,All these animations are great. This really helped visualize DNA replication. The helicase looked like it had robotic arms on an assembly line. I was wondering though, how fast does this process happen?
How does the protein go as fast as a jet engine and why?
Thanks Leslie. It was really cool.Michael N. 7I
This animation showed me how DNA replicates, and I think it gave me like a beter understanding, because I was wonderin how it replicated.
i agree with all these people....they stole my words...
I wish i had some super vision and could focus into stuff like this and watch it happen first handDEMOS ..∆∆..∆
my cumputer was not high-tec enough to watch this video...but if i did watch it would say "thanks this really helped me study for the quiz"but i didnt....
Leslie,remember those shortvideos we watched in class,there was one on translationand one on transcription?Well, did you post them?They were both like fromthe same website.--Vera7Fand stuff
I don't get where the other nucleotides come from though...I mean when the DNA unzips where do the other nucleotides come from to replicate the DNA.
where does it get the other strand of DNA from?-simon