TAC CTT GGG GAA TAT ACA CGC TGG CTT CGA TGA ATC CGT ACG GTA CTC GCC ATC mRNA

Tac ctt ggg gaa tat aca cgc tgg ctt cga tga atc cgt

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TAC CTT GGG GAA TAT ACA CGC TGG CTT CGA TGA ATC CGT ACG GTA CTC GCC ATC mRNA  protein  4. DNA  TAA ACT CGG TAC CTA GCT TAG ATC TAA TTA CCC ATC mRNA  protein 
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5. DNA  CTA TTA CGA TAC TAG AGC GAA TAG AAA CTT ATC ATC mRNA  protein  6. DNA  TAC CTT AGT TAT CCA TTG ACT CGA ATT GTG CGC TTG CTG ATC mRNA  protein  7. DNA  ACC CGA TAC CTC TCT TAT AGC ATT ACA AAC CTC CGA GCG mRNA protein  8. DNA  TAC AGA CGG CAA CTC TGG GTG CTT TGT TCT CTT CTC AGT ATC mRNA  protein  Circle the correct choice within the parenthesis for 1 -18. 1. (DNA/ RNA) can leave the nucleus. 2. mRNA is made during ( transcription/translation). 3. mRNA is made in the (cytoplasm/ nucleus). 4. DNA is located in the ( nucleus/cytoplasm) 5. (Translation/ Transcription) converts DNA into mRNA. 6. ( mRNA/rRNA) is used to carry the genetic code from DNA to the ribosomes. 7. (tRNA/ rRNA) makes up the ribosome. Look in the book for this. 8. (DNA/ RNA) uses uracil instead of thymine. 9. (RNA/ amino) acids make up a protein. 11. Transcription takes place in the ( nucleus/cytoplasm). 12. tRNA is used in (translation/transcription). 13. tRNA uses ( anticodons/codons) to match to the mRNA.
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14. Proteins are made at the (nucleus/ ribosome). 15. (tRNA/mRNA) attaches the amino acids into a chain. 16. tRNA is found in the (nucleus/ cytoplasm).
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  • DNA, RNA, AGA ACA TAA TAC CTC TTA ACA CTC TAA AGA CCA GCA CTC CGA TGA

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