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  • Protein Synthesis Flip Book By: Josh Godo
  • Cell Nucleus
  • Cell Nucleus
  • Cell Nucleus
  • Adenine 3 5 Guanine Cytosine Thymine 3 5
  • Adenine 3 5 Guanine Cytosine Thymine DNA Polyme rase 3 5
  • Adenine 3 5 Guanine Cytosine Thymine DNA Polyme rase 3 5
  • Adenine DNA Polyme rase 5 Guanine 3 Cytosine Thymine 3 5
  • Adenine 3 5 Guanine Cytosine Thymine DNA Polyme rase 3 5
  • Adenine 3 5 Guanine Cytosine Thymine DNA Polyme rase 3 5
  • Adenine 3 5 Guanine Cytosine Thymine DNA Polyme rase 3 5
  • Adenine 5 Guanine 3 Cytosine DNA Polyme rase Thymine 3 5
  • 3 5 3 5 DNA Polyme rase
  • Adenine 5 Guanine 3 DNA Polyme rase Cytosine Uricil mRNA Stran Thymine is replaced by Uricil 3 5
  • mRNA Strand
  • mRNA Strand
  • mRNA Strand
  • mRNA Strand Cell Nucleus Small Subunit Large subunit Ribosomes
  • mRNA Strand Cell Nucleus Small Subunit Large subunit Ribosomes
  • mRNA Strand Cell Nucleus Small Subunit Large subunit Ribosomes
  • Nuclear Pore mRNA Strand Cell Nucleus Small Subunit Large subunit Ribosomes
  • mRNA Strand Cell Nucleus Small Subunit Large subunit Ribosomes
  • mRNA Strand Cell Nucleus Small Subunit Large subunit Ribosomes
  • ATGCGTTAAGACTAG Start Codon Codon Codon Codon Stop Codon
  • ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • TAC ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • Amino Acid TAC Anti-Codon ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • TAC ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • T A CG C A ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • T A CG C A ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • T A CG C A A T T ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • TACGCA ATT ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • TACGCA ATT ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • Peptide bond is formed TAC GCA ATT ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • TAC GCA ATT ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • TAC GCA ATT ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • TAC GCA ATTCTG ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • TAC GCAATT CTG ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • TAC GCA ATTCTG ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • TACGCA ATTCTG ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • tRNA TACGCA ATTCTG This is the stop codon TAG ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • TACGCA ATTCTG ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • TACGCA ATTCTG ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • TACGCA ATTCTG ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • TACGCA ATTCTG ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • Tertiary structure TACGCA ATTCTG ATGCGTTAAGACTAG
  • • The first steps of protein synthesis starts in the nucleus of the cell. Inside the nucleus, the double helix DNA is unwound by RNA polymerase. Once it is unwound an mRNA strand is made in the nucleus. After it is made it starts to move out of the nucleus and into the cytoplasm where the ribosomes are located. The mRNA makes its way to the ribosomes and the ribosomes read the strand of mRNA. While it is being read, amino acids are coming in and attaching to one another through peptide bonds. After 5 are bonded to each other, they break off and fold into the tertiary structure.