Flashcards in Protein Synthesis Deck (23):
What structure is aka your "blueprint" and codes for ____.
DNA is aka as your blueprint and codes for PROTEINS
____ DOES NOT leave the nucleus
DNA doesnt leave the nucleus
How does DNA get it's message to the ribosomes?
w/ the help of a form of RNA
its a nucleic acid made of nucleotides
1 RNA molecule has...
1 phosphate, sugar(ribose), Nitrogen base.
(A,C,G or U)
What structure is a single strand
LIST the 3 types of RNA
Process in which RNA is "copied" from DNA
Process in which proteins (amino acids) are made from RNA (nucleic acids)
Transcription occurs in the ___.
and makes _RNA from one side of the DNA molecule
_RNA leaves the nucleus and goes to the ribosomes to make proteins
Transcription occurs in the NUCLEUS.
and makes mRNA from one side of the DNA molecule
mRNA leaves the nucleus and goes to the ribosomes to make proteins
Translation occurs @ the _____. mRNA is read 1 ___ @ a time.
Translation occurs @ the RIBOSOME. mRNA is read 1 CODON @ a time.
3 base sequence of mRNA that codes for 1 amino acid
Protein Synthesis occurs in the _______
Protein Synthesis occurs in the CYTOPLASM
what's a polypeptide
What structure is only found in the nucleus of eukaryote cells (exception during mitosis when the nucleus is temporarily disassembled)
What structure includes C,G,A
___ is directly involved in _________
DNA is directly involved in TRANSLATION
which types of RNA are involved during transcription
whats the end result and purpose of transcription
a copy of 1 strand of DNA
Where is translation taking place
ribosome in the cytoplasm
is DNA directly involved in translation?
no, DNA remain in the nucleus, this process isn't in the nucleus
which types of RNA are involved in translation