Okay someone explain to me the DNA replication process we talked about yesterday.
The DNA Replication process starts during the interphase of cell division.
The two strands of DNA complement each other like Cytosine to Guanine so that it's possible to copy one strand of DNA without the other.
That's right and now someone else explain Protein Synthesis.
Transcription comes first where RNA is used to make DNA into a message called mRNA which is made by RNA polymerase. Then attached itself through the cytoplasm to the ribosome.
Next is translation where the ribosome makes the protein. In this step of the process is tRNA which it the building blocks of a protein that have amino acids. tRNA transfers the amino acids to complete the mRNA that was brought in to create a new strand,
Wow you all really paid attention i expect you all to pass with flying colors
What some may not realize is that this complex process happens all the time.