Type of RNA that is a single strand, forms from DNA template, and carries the code for making proteins from the nucleus to the ribosome in the cytoplasm
Type of RNA that has 20 varieties, binds to one amino acid, and brings amino acids to the ribosome.
Type of RNA that is globular in form. It makes up the ribosomes.
The building blocks of proteins.
Process by which mRNA is produced from the DNA template.
the enzyme that unzips DNA and creates the mRNA strand during transcription
sequence of 3 bases in mRNA that codes for a specific amino acid
sequence of 3 bases in tRNA that codes for a specific amino acid (matches up with a codon)
the process by which proteins are made
the process in which ribosomes attach to mRNA and read the instruction to make a specific polypeptide
translation occurs in this part of the cell
DNA is _________ stranded
RNA is __________ stranded
DNA base pairing: Adenine pairs with _________
DNA base pairing: Cytosine pairs with _______
RNA base pairing: Adenine pairs with ________
RNA base pairing: cytosine pairs with _________
The sugar found in RNA
The sugar found in DNA
The process of duplicating a strand of DNA
This base is never found on RNA
This base is never found on DNA
If the DNA sequence is ATC what would the mRNA sequence be?
If the mRNA sequence is GGU what would the tRNA sequence be?
If the mRNA sequence is AUA what would the DNA sequence be?
If the mRNA sequence is UAU what would the amino acid be? (you need the amino acid table to figure this out)
If the mRNA sequence is AUA what would the amino acid be? (you need the amino acid table to figure this out)
To figure out the amino acid from the genetic code, what do you need to look at (DNA, mRNA, or tRNA)?
Where does Transcription take place?
Where in the cell are ribosomes found?