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Prokaryotic Replication vs Eukaryotic Replication Following are the important difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic replication: Prokaryotic Replication Eukaryotic Replication This process occurs in prokaryotic cells. This process occurs in eukaryotic cells. It is a continuous process. This process occurs in the S-phase of cell cycle. Circular, double-stranded DNA Linear, double-stranded DNA with end The DNA replicates in the cytoplasm The DNA replicates in the nucleus Single origin of replication Multiple origins of replication Small amount of DNA The DNA is 50 times more than prokaryotic DNA DNA polymerase I and III are involved DNA polymerase a, and € are involved. Large okazaki fragments Small okazaki fragments The process is rapid, 2000 base pairs per second The process is slow, 100 base pairs per second Two circular chromosomes are obtained Two sister chromatids are obtained DNA gyrase is required DNA gyrase is not required
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