Nucleotide sequences, usually noncoding, that are present in many copies in a eukaryotic genome. The repeated units may be short and arranged tandemly (in series) or long and dispersed in the genome. replication The process of making a copy of something. replication fork A Y-shaped point on a replicating DNA molecule where new strands are growing. repressible enzyme An enzyme whose synthesis is inhibited by a specific metabolite. repressor reprimere, to press back, keep back] A protein that suppresses the transcription of a gene.
DNA sequences present in many copies in the haploid genome.
Sequences of varying lengths that occur in multiple copies in the genome; it represents much of the human genome.
DNA sequences that are present in a genome in multiple copies, sometimes a million times or more.
A DNA sequence that is repeated two or more times in a DNA molecule or genome.
A DNA sequence that is present in many identical or similar copies in the genome. The copies can be tandemly repeated or dispersed.
Redundant DNA; DNA sequences that are present in many copies per chromosome set.