BIOA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Ribosomal Rna, Transfer Rna, Acylation

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Slide 2: mrna gets translated into amino acid chain. Slide 4: euk: rna has to be process, then sent to ribosome where translation occur. Pro: there is no nucleus, therefore can be translated right after transcription. Slide 5: rna translated into amino acid (into codons) Slide 6: translation, is mrna directed protein synthesis polypeptide. Ribosome take the info from the mrna and translated into amino acid. Slide 7: mrna read from5" to 3" trna read codon and introduces next amino acid to be added stop uaa, uag polypeptide made from n-terminal to c-terminal end; first amino acid is met. Slide 9: trna transfer rna single strand rna doesn"t get translated interact with themselves and forma piece of double stranded bottom end of trna contains anticodon sequence that pairs with codon in mrnas. 64 codons and 3 is stop codon and 61 is amino acids. First and second nucleotides do anticodon and codon must match exactly.

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