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PURE AWESOMENESS WITH Duncan, Lizzy, Zachary, Ben, and Brendan

Protien Synthesis Is one of the most fundamental biological processes by which individual cells build their specific proteins.
R.N.A Is a ribonucleic acid, present in all living cells. It acts as a messenger carrying instructions from D.N.A. for controlling the synthesis of proteins.
Transcription The first step of a gene expression, in which a particular segment of D.N.A. is copied into R.N.A. by the enzyme R.N.A. polymerase.
D.N.A. The set of non genetic traits, qualities, or fetchers that characterize a person or thing.
Itron A non coding segment in length of D.N.A. that iterupts a gene coding sequence or non translating seqence, the corresponding segment being removed from the R.N.A. copy befor transription.
Domains Proteins that have a modular architecture consisting of discrete structure and fundamental regions.
Created by: ibk4