MICRO

The size of the amplified DNA fragment generated during PCR is determined by:
a.how many cycles are performed.
b. the size of the template
c. the location to which the primers anneal.
d. how much Taq is used.
I believe the answer is c but have had some difficulty finding this answer.
Thank you.

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  1. polymerase chain reaction.

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