DNA-Protein

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  • I´m DNA!
  • It all starts with DNA. DNA is a double stranded gene that lives and stays in the nucleus.
  • During transcription, DNA unzips and copies one half of itself. the copy is called mRNA. The DNA then zips itself back up
  • So now there is an mRNA ready to leave the nucleus and head to the ribosome
  • Bye Mini me!
  • Bye!
  • During translation, the ribosomes reads the mRNA and tRNA is used to bring the amino acids together. The amino acids are attached to make a protein. 
  • So now you have a protein
  • If something goes wrong in either transcription or translation, the organism will most likely be damaged
  • Everything went right
  • Something went wrong
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