RNA and protein synthesis

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Unformatted text preview: ns that remain and form the final version of mRNA. mRNA. Deciphering code 25.One amino acid is defined by a sequence of 3 nitrogen bases. nitrogen 26.Since these bases are complements of each other and not identical, each 3 base sequence for each and DNA and RNA type has a different name. DNA 3 base sequences 27.Triplet 28.3 base sequence on DNA 29.Codon 30.3 base sequence on mRNA 31.Anticodon 32.3 base sequence on tRNA Translation 33.Reading of mRNA at the ribosome and the building of the specific protein. building 34.3...
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