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Hello! I have a few questions about biology that I need serious help with. If someone could help me figure them out, I would greatly appreciate it. (I am NOT asking someone to do the work for me or cheat)


RNA polymerase unwinds the DNA double helix. - Replication, Transcription, or Translation?


This is the first part of protein synthesis. - Replication, Transcription, or Translation?


After the stop codon is reaches, the protein is separated from the ribosome. - Replication, Transcription, or Translation?


Amino acids sequences are made from RNA sequences. - Replication, Transcription, or Translation?


 A copy of RNA is made from DNA. - Replication, Transcription, or Translation?


Peptide bonds form between amino acids. - Replication, Transcription, or Translation?


Uracil hydrogen bonds with adrenine. - Replication, Transcription, or Translation?


tRna brings amino acids to the ribosome. - Replication, Transcription, or Translation?


Copies of the original DNA are made. - Replication, Transcription, or Translation?


Thymine hydrogen bonds with adrenine. Replication, Transcription, or Translation?


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