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Protein synthesis flipbook

  1. 1. Protein SynthesisBy Nathan Lingenfelter
  2. 2. In Transcription, RNA polymerase unwinds asmall portion of the DNA. Then, mRNA matchesthe bases of the DNA. The mRNA breaks awayfrom the DNA and passes through the nuclearpores to get to the ribosomes.
  3. 3. PromoterOperator DNA Strand Thymine Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  4. 4. PromoterOperator DNA Strand Thymine Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  5. 5. PromoterOperator DNA Strand Thymine Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  6. 6. PromoterOperator DNA Strand Thymine Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  7. 7. PromoterOperator DNA Strand Thymine Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  8. 8. PromoterOperator DNA Strand Thymine Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  9. 9. PromoterOperator DNA Strand Thymine Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  10. 10. PromoterOperator DNA Strand Thymine Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  11. 11. PromoterOperator DNA Strand Thymine Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  12. 12. PromoterOperator DNA Strand Thymine Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  13. 13. PromoterOperator DNA Strand Thymine Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  14. 14. PromoterOperator DNA Strand Coding Region Termination Sequence Thymine Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  15. 15. Uracil DNA Strand Coding Region Termination Sequence Thymine Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  16. 16. Uracil Thymine DNA Strand Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  17. 17. Uracil ThymineDNA Strand Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  18. 18. Uracil ThymineDNA Strand Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  19. 19. UracilDNA Strand Adenine Guanine Cytosine
  20. 20. UracilDNA Strand Adenine Guanine Cytosine mRNA
  21. 21. Cytoplasm
  22. 22. Cytoplasm
  23. 23. through nuclear pore Cytoplasm
  24. 24. Cytoplasm
  25. 25. Cytoplasm
  26. 26. mRNAIn Translation, the mRNA comes in contact with theribosomes. The ribosome then reads the mRNA andtranslates it. Then, tRNA anticodons are created foreach codon. These anticodons code for a specificamino acid. The tRNA finds the correct amino acidand all the amino acids are strung together to form aprotein.
  27. 27. mRNA
  28. 28. mRNA
  29. 29. mRNA
  30. 30. mRNA
  31. 31. mRNA
  32. 32. mRNA
  33. 33. mRNA
  34. 34. mRNA
  35. 35. mRNA
  36. 36. mRNA
  37. 37. mRNA
  38. 38. mRNA
  39. 39. mRNA
  40. 40. mRNA
  41. 41. mRNA
  42. 42. mRNA
  43. 43. mRNA
  44. 44. mRNA
  45. 45. mRNA
  46. 46. mRNA
  47. 47. mRNA
  48. 48. mRNA
  49. 49. mRNA
  50. 50. mRNA
  51. 51. mRNA
  52. 52. mRNA
  53. 53. mRNA
  54. 54. mRNA
  55. 55. mRNA
  56. 56. mRNA
  57. 57. mRNA
  58. 58. mRNA
  59. 59. mRNA
  60. 60. mRNA
  61. 61. mRNA
  62. 62. mRNA
  63. 63. mRNA
  64. 64. mRNA
  65. 65. mRNA
  66. 66. mRNA
  67. 67. mRNA
  68. 68. mRNA
  69. 69. mRNA
  70. 70. mRNA
  71. 71. mRNA
  72. 72. mRNA
  73. 73. mRNA
  74. 74. mRNA
  75. 75. mRNA
  76. 76. mRNAPeptide Bond
  77. 77. mRNAPeptide Bond
  78. 78. mRNAPeptide Bond
  79. 79. mRNAPeptide Bond
  80. 80. mRNAPeptide Bond tRNA (anticodon)
  81. 81. mRNAPeptide Bond tRNA (anticodon)
  82. 82. mRNAPeptide Bond tRNA (anticodon)
  83. 83. mRNAPeptide Bond tRNA (anticodon)
  84. 84. mRNAPeptide Bond Amino acid tRNA (anticodon)
  85. 85. mRNAPeptide Bond Amino acid tRNA (anticodon)
  86. 86. mRNAMethionine (start)
  87. 87. mRNAMethionine (start) Stop
  88. 88. mRNA
  89. 89. mRNA
  90. 90. Completed Protein
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