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5. The central dogma of molecular biology is that biological information flows from (1 point) RNA → DNA → protein. DNA → RNA → protein. DNA → ribosomes → protein. ribosomes → RNA → protein.

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The central dogma of molecular biology describes a key assumption of molecular biology: that each gene in the DNA molecule carries the information needed to construct one protein, which, acting as an enzyme, controls one chemical reaction in the cell. Also, once information gets into protein, it can't flow back to nucleic acid. So what happens is that DNA transmits information to mRNA through transcription, which then forms rRNA, and then tRNA uses information from mRNA to synthesize proteins, which is called translation.

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