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describing the production of protein molecules through transcription and translation. Your essay should include discussions of the following: DNA mRNA RNA polymerase base pairing transcription translation tRNA rRNA ribosomes amino acids protein

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my start on it: Protein molecules take a good amount of work to produce. They are formed through transcription and translation. Transcription is “The synthesis of an RNA molecule from a DNA template”. While translation is “The process in which the base sequences in mRNA are used to direct the arrangement of amino acids in protein synthesis ”.
I'll be honest I havnt been paying attention to most of these how they aid in the process
It doesnt need to be super beefy just giving basically how they all work together in order to create protein using both processes

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DNA - 2x stand - codeing string / template strand mRNA / messenger RNA the output of transcription RNA polymerase - enzyme And i finish the rest in a few min ^^
And much more detaled ofcuase - the above is nothing...
I'm trying to word it like: Using the process of translation, protein starts at ____ where it ____ and then moves on to _____.
Brad Its really not about the essay but about you understanding what happens during the process. I would recommend you start with either your book or notes and then create a step by step list. Protein synthesis is a very step by step process. And sequential. So you need to understand what happens. When you are able to write down the steps, your essay will be trivial to write. Here is a link to U Wisc site with a nice animation.
NO! just lost the 1 a4 page text i wrote becuase of damn click on the mouse.
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you didnt leave a link... and I dont understand it thats why I come to this site...
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Let me know if it helps. I can help you work through things, but you will need to understand it so you can do well in your future tests.
Proteins, which are built from the 20 natural occurring amino acids, have a specific code in order to get the right order of amino acids. The code to this lies in the DNA also known as deoxyribonucleic acid, which is built from the compounds deoxyribose, inorganic phosphate and a nitrogenous base (nucleotide). In DNA four nitrogenous bases are found and are what that specifies what the code “says”. The four bases are: Adenine (A), guanine (G), cytosine (C) and thymine (T). A and G belong to the group known as purines where C and T belong to group named pyrimidines. When the nucleotides are bound together they for what we call an inorganic phosphate backbone. DNA have the special property to be a so called “2x. helix” which means it consist of two stands of nucleotide chains. The two stands twists like a helical, hold together by the intermolecular force known as hydrogenbounds. Another important thing about DNA is that the nitrogenous bases only like to be opposite to a special base, this have something to do with the number of hydrogen bounds formed between the nitrogenous bases. Between guanine and cytosine 3 hydrogen bounds is form, while between adenine and thymine 2 is formed. This discovery was made by Watson and Crick that also made the theory known as the central dogma of molecular biology which is the very theory we are going to explain in order to know how proteins can be build. Part 1
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