BY5 Protein synthesis

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JustinL
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BY5 Protein synthesis
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2014-05-03 05:57:56
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Protein synthesis Transcription and Translation
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  1. During protein synthesis what is transcirbed but not translated?
    DNA
  2. During protein synthesis what carries an amino acid  to the ribosome?
    tRNA
  3. During protein synthesis what moves through the nuclear pore to the cytoplasm?
    mRNA
  4. What is needed for tRNA molecules to combine with specific amino acids in the cytoplasm? - Activates tRNA
    ATP
  5. What is the order of transcription and translation?
    • Transcription
    • Translation
  6. What does non-overlapping mean?
    Each triplet is read seperatley.
  7. Why are the codons known as universal?
    They are the same in all living organisms
  8. What does Degenerate mean?
    More than one triplet codes for each amino acid.
  9. In translation what moves along the ribosome?
    mRNA

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