semiconservative replication The generally accepted method of DNA replication, in which the two strands of the DNA helix separate and free nucleotides pair with the exposed bases on the single chains to form two new DNA molecules, each containing one original and one newly synthesized strand of DNA. Compare conservative replication; dispersive replication.
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