What is the function of messenger RNA (mRNA) in eukaryotic cells?
Messenger RNA recodes a gene’s information and takes it to the site of protein synthesis.
Messenger RNA transcribes the genetic code from the antisense strand and transports it out of the nucleus.
Messenger RNA recodes genetic information from DNA and takes it to the ribosomes.
All of the above are correct.
During transcription, nucleotides are bonded together in a polymer by the enzyme DNA polymerase.
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Can you explain?
Because I thought transcription is catalyzed by RNA polymerases.
You see Messenger RNA The "life cycle" of an mRNA in a eukaryotic cell. RNA is transcribed in the nucleus; processing, it is transported to the cytoplasm and translated by the ribosome. Finally, the mRNA is degraded.
for the second one Nucleotides are bonded together in a polymer by the enzyme DNA polymerase during transcription.
Thank you, but for the second question take a look at this. "Transcription uses an enzyme catalyst called RNA polymerase, similar to DNA polymerase, to bind nucleotides into a single strand of RNA. RNA polymerase has multiple functions in the process of transcription." @Dqswag
its till true just different explanations
Though it clearly states that it's RNA polymerase right? Not DNA. So wouldn't it be false? @Dqswag
Any second opinions?
Btw, it was actually false. Though you got the first question right! Thanks man XD @Dqswag