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Quiz 3 Translation

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What is the purpose of translation? The purpose of translation
How is this process related to transcription?
What are proteins made of? Proteins are made of Amino Acids!
What part of the cell makes the proteins? The part of the cell that makes proteins is Ribosomes
What is always the first amino acid of any protein?
How many different types of amino acids are in proteins? How many different codons are in mRNA?
How do tRNA molecules read mRNA codons?
What is the start codon that the ribosome uses to begin translating the mRNA? What are the stop codons that signal the ribosome to end translation?
How do tRNA molecules help the ribosome make polypeptide chains?
How do tRNA molecules help the ribosome make polypeptide chains?
Where does translation occur in the cell? Translation occurs in the within the cell.
What happens to a polypeptide chain after the ribosome finishes making it?
Created by: teruodaka