Protein Synthesis - mRNA Exercise Understanding DNA mRNA...

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Protein Synthesis: Transcription and Translation Review Central Dogma of Molecular Biology Protein synthesis requires two steps: transcription and translation . DNA contains codes Three bases in DNA code for one amino acid. The DNA code is copied to produce mRNA. The order of amino acids in the polypeptide is determined by the sequence of 3-letter codes in
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Unformatted text preview: mRNA. Exercise - Understanding DNA, mRNA, tRNA, and protein. Exercise 1. Each column in the table below represents three nucleotides. Within each column, fill in the cells that are blank by using information from the cell that is not blank. Template (anti-sense) strand GGG Non-template strand TAC mRNA CCU tRNA UCG Amino Acid Leu...
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