Chapter 17 From genes to proteins

Chapter 17 From genes to proteins - Chapter 17: From genes...

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Chapter 17: From genes to proteins   I. Overview of transcription and translation  A. Transcription B. Translation II. Transcription (from DNA to RNA): a closer look (Concept 17.2) A. Initiation of transcription (Fig. 17.7; Fig. 17.8) B. Elongation of transcript  C. Termination of transcript  D. Modification of pre-mRNA molecule (Fig. 17.9; Fig. 17.10) 1. Cap is placed on 5' end of RNA 2. Poly A-tail is added to 3' end of RNA 3. RNA removal and splicing occurs III. The genetic code (Fig. 17.4, 17.5) A. How do nucleotides code for specific amino acids?
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