Hi, I quite understand the mechanism of telomere replication, but there are two main concepts that I haven't yet understood.
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Please try your best to explain them in a methodical, clear manner as it was hard to understand them from Wikipedia and other sources.
1) why is there a need for telomere replication? I mean, there is supposedly telomeres at the end of every chromosome that get complementary strands through telomerase, and what basically happens to the replicated telomeres ?
2) how do telomeres deteriorate or get consumed ? ( aren't they needed to prevent the shortening of the newly synthesized DNA strand ?) . Thanks !
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