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Hi I’m Danny Nick Anderson the DNA and I’m here to give you a tour on how to have a transcription and translation. Let’s take a look inside
First I split my self in half by DNA helicase acting as a zipper on some pants. Then a copy of me is made called a mRNA. This is called transcription
After the mRNA is created it leaves the nucleus and goes to the ribosome. The ribosome reads the mRNA and tells the tRNA what it needs
Once it gets there, tRNA brings over amino acids that ribosome needs to start connecting them to make a protein, the ribosome holds onto the protein until it’s ready to be realesed
After the ribosome reads the last part of the mRNA the ribosome releases the newly created protein
After the protein is created the ribosome releases it, if the translation and transcription is done correctly the protein can do it’s job
See ya later nerds!!!
If these two processes did not happen like showed, it would be called a mutation but no worries here ours was done great!!! I wouldn’t be able to STRAND not being Danny Nick Anderson (DNA)
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