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anonymous

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At what point does translation end? When the ribosome produces a mRNA molecule, translation ends. When the DNA is copied into a mRNA molecule, translation ends. When tRNA molecules attach to a ribosome-mRNA complex, translation ends. When a ribosome reading a mRNA molecule encounters the UAA, UGA, or UAG codon, translation stops.

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    i choose A

  2. aaronq
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    translation is the conversion of the "message" from mRNA into a chain of amino acids so the product is a protein

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    the answer is "when the ribosome encounters the stop codons UAA, UGA, etc

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