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What is transcription/translation and replication Hint: I am learning about RNA please help me to figure this out i have to get this finished if you help me i will give you a medal! :)

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Okay so this is the general process from which your DNA is 'turned into' the proteins that it codes for. Are there any particular bits that you don't understand?
whell the thing is im doing an assignment says If a clue provides evidence for replication or transcription/translation, place an “X” beside the clue in the table, under “Supports replication” or “Supports transcription/translation”. If the clue does neither, or is not acceptable data, place an “X” in the “Does not support replication or transcription/translation” column.
Hmm okay, what type of clues are they?

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ok one sec
(I'm just busy trying to remember the differences between transcription/translation and replication)
this is the lab im doing take a look
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Hmmmm I think I may be a little out of practice to help you with this :/
thats ok thanks for trying:)
No worries, apparently you forget more with time than you think o.O Anyway, these websites may be able to help you as they provide info on transcription/translation and replication: http://www.atdbio.com/content/14/Transcription-Translation-and-Replication http://www.scienceprofonline.com/genetics/nucleic-acid-function-DNA-replication-transcription-translation.html
thanks!

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