Biology 311C Lecture 32 - November 9, 2011 Biology 311C...

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November 9, 2011 Biology 311C Lecture 32 Test covers photosynthesis, DNA replication, gene expression and operons. Think about each of these processes about where they take place, why, what goes in, what goes out, enzymes involved, how they can go wrong, different stages, and make charts. mRNA, tRNA, ribosome (rRNA and protein), EPA, amino acids, aminoacyl tRNA synthesase, ATP, GTP, and release factors all play in the process of translation. The codon on mRNA combine with tRNA and the ribosome lands on the A side. The polypeptide emerges from the N-terminal. tRNA gets a 3D form due ot the hydrogen bonds between the base pairs. The enzyme that attaches to amino acid to tRNA is aminoacyl tRNA synthetase. Three things that arrive for the charging of tRNA are amino acids, ATP, and tRNA. The result is a charged tRNA. ATP is needed because it is an endergonic reaction since we are taking something less ordered and making it more ordered. RNA polymerase (an enzyme) synthesizes tRNA.
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Biology 311C Lecture 32 - November 9, 2011 Biology 311C...

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