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crazytaylor1

  • 4 years ago

nitrogen bases are read (how many?) at a time

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  1. Phascolarctos
    • 4 years ago
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    during transcription they are read three at a time, these are called codons and the t-RNA carries an specific anticodon sequence that is complementary to each of these codons

  2. Phascolarctos
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    big mistake. after trasncription, dna becomes mRNA and then the tRNA reads three n. bases at a time or codons. this is traduction. sorry for my mistake

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