Class 17 - The central dogma and how new diversity arises...

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The central dogma and how new diversity arises
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Alternative Splicing
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How are proteins are made? A.Transcription of the DNA to a protein B. Translation of the pre-mRNA to a protein C. Transcription of the mRNA to a protein D.Translation of the mRNA to a protein E. Translation of a string of amino acids
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How are proteins are made? A.Transcription of the DNA to a protein B. Translation of the pre-mRNA to a protein C. Transcription of the mRNA to a protein D.Translation of the mRNA to a protein E. Translation of a string of amino acids
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Translation - conversion of mRNA to protein General Steps 1.The ribosome binds to an initiator codon 2.tRNAs carry amino acids to ribosome as it translocates in a 5’ -> 3’ direction 3.The ribosome catalyzes peptide bond formation between amino acids creating protein 4.Translation stops at terminator codon
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Protein synthesis (Translation)
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What best describes the genetic code? A. The way ribosomes recognize genes in mRNA B. The order of nucleotides in a gene from which a protein is made. C. A unique set of 20 nucleotide triplets needed to translate mRNAs. D. The set of all possible 64 nucleotide triplets from 4 bases (4 3 = 64)
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genetic code? A. The way ribosomes recognize genes in mRNA B. The order of nucleotides in a gene from which a protein is made. C. A unique set of 20 nucleotide triplets needed to
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