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chris pearce

  1. 1. By Chris P.
  2. 2. • -------------TACCTGTCGACTACT----------------• ------------ATGGACAGCTGATGA-----------------
  3. 3. Mitochondria cytoplasm Nuclear pore Nucleus
  4. 4. DNA stand -------------TACCTGTCGACTACT-----------------------------ATGGACAGCTGATGA-----------------
  5. 5. A polymerase -------------TACCTGTCGACTACT-----------------------------ATGGACAGCTGATGA-----------------
  6. 6. AUG -------------TACCTGTCGACTACT-----------------------------ATGGACAGCTGATGA-----------------
  7. 7. AUG GAC -------------TACCTGTCGACTACT-----------------------------ATGGACAGCTGATGA-----------------
  8. 8. AUG GAC AGC -------------TACCTGTCGACTACT-----------------------------ATGGACAGCTGATGA-----------------
  9. 9. AUG GAC AGC UGA -------------TACCTGTCGACTACT-----------------------------ATGGACAGCTGATGA-----------------
  10. 10. AUG GAC AGC UGA UGA -------------TACCTGTCGACTACT-----------------------------ATGGACAGCTGATGA-----------------
  11. 11. Stop condon Start condon AUG GAC AGC UGA UGA -------------TACCTGTCGACTACT-----------------------------ATGGACAGCTGATGA-----------------
  12. 12. AUG GAC AGC UGA UGA -------------TACCTGTCGACTACT-----------------------------ATGGACAGCTGATGA-----------------
  13. 13. AUG GAC AGC UGA UGA -------------TACCTGTCGACTACT-----------------------------ATGGACAGCTGATGA-----------------
  14. 14. -------------TACCTGTCGACTACT-----------------------------ATGGACAGCTGATGA-----------------
  15. 15. AUG GAC AGC UGA UGA -----------------
  16. 16. mRNA strand AUG GAC AGC UGA UGA -----------------
  17. 17. Ribosome AUG GAC AGC UGA UGA
  18. 18. AUG GAC UGA AGC UGA
  19. 19. Amino acid UAC AUG GAC UGA AGC UGA
  20. 20. UAC AUG GAC UGA AGC UGA
  21. 21. tRNA CUG UAC AUG GAC UGA AGC UGA
  22. 22. codon AUG CUG GAC UGA AGC UGA
  23. 23. Peptide bond ACU Anti-codon AUG CUG GAC UGA AGC UGA
  24. 24. AUG GAC ACU UGA AGC UGA
  25. 25. UAC AUG GAC ACU UGA AGC UGA
  26. 26. AUG GAC ACU UGA UAC AGC UGA
  27. 27. AUG GAC ACU UGA UAC AGC UGA
  28. 28. AUG GAC UGA AGC ACU UGA
  29. 29. AUG GAC UGA AGC ACU UGA
  30. 30. AUG GAC UGA AGC UGA
  31. 31. protein
  32. 32. Verbal Summary • Protein synthesis begins in the nucleus with DNA and is called Transcription. The DNA is untwined by RNA polymerase and then a mRNA strand is created. The mRNA travels outside the cell into the cytoplasm and onto the second step of protein synthesis called translation. The mRNA stand goes to a ribosome and bonds with it. Then tRNA comes with an anti codon and an amino acid and goes through the chain of mRNA. Then at the end of the chain a stop codon comes without an amino acid and ends the chain of amino acids that are chained together by peptide bonds. The amino acids then form together into a tertiary structure.

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