autonomously replicating segment
(or sequence), = autonomous replicating segment
Abbreviation: ARS
Any eukaryotic DNA sequence that initiates and supports chromosomal replication; they have been isolated in yeast cells.

Glossary of Biotechnology for Food and Agriculture . 2015.

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