Transcription and Translation
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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.
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A codon is a sequence of 3 nucleotide that codes for an amino acid.
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