From: Bill Spight (email@example.com)
Date: Wed 30 Oct 2002 - 17:26:43 GMT
> The use of "is replicated" leaves out reference to the fact that information
> contained in the DNA is involved in the process of collecting duplicate
> information for transfer to the second copy of that information to be
> inserted into the new cell. In that sense, it definitely replicates itself.
Like a mold or something molded. Like engraving plates and stamp dies.
Like rubber stamps. Like marks on a paper in a copier. Like a
photostatic plate. Like comic book pictures being copied with silly
I may be wrong, but I thought that enzymes performed the proximate
action. OC, *some* genes are responsible for those enzymes. :-)
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