True or false
1. When bidirectional replication forks from adjacent origins meet, a leading strand always runs into a lagging strand.
2. Each time the genome is replicated, half the newly synthesized DNA is stitched together from Okazaki fragments.
3. Telomerase is a polymerase that carries its own RNA molecule to use as a template to extend the 3’ end of the leading strand.
4. When read in the same direction (5’-3’), the sequence of nucleotides in a newly synthesized DNA strand is the same as in the parental strand used as the template for its synthesis.