anonymous
  • anonymous
What would be the consequence of absence of tRNA in the cytoplasm? A. the function of tRNA would be taken up by rRNA and protein systhesis would continue. B. the correct amino acids wont be transferred to the ribosome, and protein synthesis would fail. C. the function of tRNA would be taken up by mRNA and protein synthesis would mutate
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i m not sure but i ll go with B
anonymous
  • anonymous
The answer is definitively B. Here's why: mRNA has the information tRNA reads the information rRNA does chemistry on the information The mRNA just stores the information, without a tRNA to read it then you just have information floating around. rRNA makes up part of the ribosome, so even if your mRNA gets fed through the ribosome, there is no tRNA to read the mRNA's information to tell the rRNA what to do.

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