Lecture 5

Lecture 5

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Unformatted text preview: may be processed by Cytoplasm may function directly in cell as • Splicing • Addition of 5+ cap 4. mRNA stability • Addition of poly(A) tail ends with 16.2 to form is then TRANSLATED by 5. Translation affect Ribosomes 16.5 mRNA modification (folding, transport, activation, degradation of protein) 3.2 16.5 Phenotype 13.1 produce • Folding • Glycosylation • Phosphorylation Active protein Two daughter cells with the same genetic information as the parent cell (unless mutation has occurred). • Degradation n SEXUAL REPRODUCTION 11.0 12.3 Low genetic diversity High genetic diversity result in 3.4 5.3 n Four daughter cells with half the genetic information as the parent cell. occurs during GROWTH and ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION Proteins changed by n 2n occurs during to form Polypeptide 6. Post-translational n 2n 16.2 2n ends with • tRNA (trans...
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