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Forms of dna i ii and iii

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Forms of dna i, II and III

refers to circular dna removed from viruses and as plasmids. Form i is the dna in its normal, supercoiled form. Form II is the dna after one of the two strands has been nicked (cut apart), and is circular. Form III is the dna after both strands have been broken, and is linear.