Dna replication is the process that dna uses to make more dna to fix cell that have been damaged
Before a cell duplicates and is divided into new daughter cells through either mitosis or meiosis
Transcription is the first of overall two protein synthesis steps. During transcription, the information encoded in the DNA is copied to a RNA molecule as one strand of the DNA double helix is used as a template. The RNA molecule is sent to the cytoplasm, which helps to bring all components required for the actual protein synthesis together – amino acids, transport RNAs, ribosomes
biological process of producing two identical replicas of DNA from one original DNA molecule.
Replication follows several steps that involve multiple proteins called replication enzymes and RNA.
The tRNA molecule possess a specific sequence of 3-bases (anti-codon), which hast to complement a corresponding sequence (codon) within the mRNA sequence. When it finds it, it attaches to the mRNA, as the other end of the tRNA is “loaded” with an amino acid. At this point arrives the other sub-unit of the ribosome and a complete structure is formed. The first tRNA binds to a so called “start codon”,
The RNA copy of the protein genetic information encoded in DNA molecule is produced in the nucleus and it is called messenger RNA (mRNA).