Translation produces a trna molecule in the nucleus

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Translation produces a tRNA molecule in the nucleus; the tRNA transports a protein to the cytoplasm of the cell.FeedbackCorrect. Transcription produces RNA in the nucleus, and translation produces proteins in the cytoplasm.
Question 3Points: 10 out of 10When a cell is getting ready to divide into two cells (during the process of mitosis), which process must first happen so that the entire genome can be passed to the new daughter cells?
Question 4Points: 10 out of 10Transcription produces:
Question 5Points: 10 out of 10A gene codes for a protein that is 500 amino acids long. A nonsense mutation occurs at the 6th codon. What is the result?

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