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Telomeres are not completely duplicated
As we have seen, the reflection of the posterior fiber takes place
In adding Okazaki fragments to RNA primers. However, more than the end of a linear DNA molecule
A primer does not have a binding site (ie, no filler DNA strand). so the new chromosome is formed later
Each DNA tape contains a piece of DNA
This condition drives those algorithms
With the unfinished double-edged ends, cut off the single stuck part.
Thus, the chromosome is
Each cell segment is slightly narrower.
In many eukaryotes, recurring sequences are
The nodes of chromosomes are called telomeres. in humans,
The telomere sequence is TTAGGG, which is repeated
2,500 times. It then binds to special proteins that maintain the stability of the chromosome nodes. Each human chromosome can lose 50-200 basic pairs of telomeric DNA
each cycle of DNA replication and cell division. 20-30 .
In divisions, chromosomes cannot participate in cell division, and the cell dies. it shows the event section
Why cells do not last a lifetime:
Shrink their telomeres.
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