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biology rna and dna

transcription the process where the DNA sequence in a gene is copied into mRNA
translation mRNA leaves the nucleus to the cytoplasm where rRNA is to be decoded
DNA polymerase enzyme that is needed for transcription
mRNA code for making amino acid
tRNA carries amino acids from the cytoplasm to the ribosomes
rRNA forms polypetides which are the site of protein synthesis produced in the ribosomes in the cell
codon 3 based sequence on mrna codes for amino acid
amino acid building blocks for protein synthesis
what is the first step for protein syntheis transcription
2nd step translation
what are the 2 main steps in protein synthesis transcription and translation
what is the sugar in RNA ribose
sugar for DNA deoxyribose
DNA pairings A-T G-C
RNA pairings A-U G-C
1st step in dna replication it unzips dna helicase breaks down h- bond
where is the enzyme located nucleus
where is the DNA polmerase located nucleus
2nd step in replication uses the free floating nucleotides to build the new strands from the old strands
3rd step the ligase rechecks if everything is correct
Created by: padron_jessica