Question: mutations are usually rare because a okazaki fragments are removed...
Mutations are usually rare, because
|A. Okazaki fragments are removed, whenever detected by the ligase enzyme.|
|B. DNA polymerase quickly discards mismatched nucleotide base pairs.|
|C. transcription, after replication, will normally detect and fix mutations.|
|D. ligases serve to conduct "quality control" checks in order to repair mutations.|
|E. Both answer options, regarding the role of the ligase enzyme, are correct.|