Transcription and Translation
Updated: 12/12/2019
Transcription and Translation
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  • NO?!?
  • Did you guys know that DNA has many processes?
  • First of all there are two processes that I will talk about one is Transcription and Translation.
  • And it has a double helix with phosphate sugar backbone on the sides of it. And tRNA takes place in a ribosomes. But not the whole strand.
  • DNA stands for Deoxytibose Nucleic Acid. And its made out of Nucleotide!
  • Do you know what DNA is made out of?What does DNA stand for? Do you know where RNA takes place?
  • The DNA is found in the Nucleus if you forgot. You didn't talk abut the Nitrogen bases that are also found on the double helix strands.
  • RNA uses Uracil with Adenine
  • Doesn't that useA-T and C-G
  • Transcription converts a gene into a single-stranded RNA molecule that occurs in the chromosome
  • Yes, those are called Adenine, Thymine and Cytosine, Guanine. Do you know what RNA uses?
  • What is a codon?
  • The central dogma states that information flows in one direction from DNA to RNA to Proteins.
  • Time to go. THANKYOU!
  • A codon is a sequence of 3 nucleotide that codes for an amino acid.
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