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25.1 DNA Structure and Replication
DNA is the genetic material, and therefore its structure and functions constitute the molecular basis of inheritance.

DNA is able to replicate, and in this way, genetic information is passed from one cell generation to the next.
1. Where does complimentary base pairing occur within the DNA molecule?

2. Why is DNA replication said to be semiconservative?
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25.2 Cancer: A Failure of Genetic Control
Cancer develops when there is a loss of genetic control over genes involved in cell growth and/or cell division.
9. How do cancer cells differ from normal, functional body cells?
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