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Name: _________________________________ Per: ______ Web quest: DNA Transcription and Translation From Gene to Protein 1. Go to 2. Press “Click here to begin!” What is the two-step process by which cells read a gene and produce a string of amino acids that will eventually become a protein is called: translation and transcription How are rules for pairing bases different in transcription than they were in replication? -   The basic rules for translating a gene into a protein are laid out in the Universal Genetic Code. How many genes does the Human Genome contain- 21,000 Use the keyboard to type in the corresponding base pairs to transcribe the section of DNA. Describe transcription in your own words- genes sequence is coped in to mRNA, this happens in the nucleus. How is mRNA different from DNA - mRNA the base uracil (U) replaces thymine (T) What happens to DNA after transcription is complete- a new complete RNA strand is made Translate the mRNA into a protein.
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