Chapter 13 From DNA to Proteins

Chapter 13 From DNA to Proteins - From DNA to Protein How...

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From DNA to Protein
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How Proteins are Made DNA never leaves the nucleus The library of information stored in DNA can only be copied. This is done by m-RNA Protein is created by this pathway: DNA to RNA to PROTEIN This is called the Central Dogma because it describes the key used by your cells to express their genes GENES CONTROL THE PRODUCTION OF __________.
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DNA and RNA DNA has Deoxyribose as it’s sugar RNA has ________ as it’s sugar DNA is a double helix RNA is a single helix DNA has G, C, A, T as it’s bases RNA has G, C, A, U as it’s bases
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Three RNAs m-RNA= Messenger RNA r-RNA= Ribosomal RNA t-RNA= Transfer RNA
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TransCription m-RNA transcribes DNA into its own code m-RNA then takes it’s information to the rough ER where translation takes place m-RNA transcribes G for G, C for C, A for A but T for U The DNA code for Thymine is replaced in the RNA code with Uracil So in RNA the T is replaced by U
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2011 for the course MCB 2010 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Broward College.

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Chapter 13 From DNA to Proteins - From DNA to Protein How...

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