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Rna.mvanleer

  1. 1. Protein Synthesis By: Morgan VanLeer
  2. 2. TAC TCTGGCATCACT ATGAGACCGTAGTGA
  3. 3. Cell Nucleus Cytoplasm
  4. 4. Cell Nucleus Cytoplasm
  5. 5. Nucleus
  6. 6. Nucleus
  7. 7. Cytoplasm Nucleus
  8. 8. Cytoplasm Nucleus
  9. 9. Cytoplasm TAC TCTGGCATCACT ATGAGACCGTAGTGA Nucleus
  10. 10. Cytoplasm RNA polymerase TAC TCTGGCATCACT ATGAGACCGTAGTGA Nucleus
  11. 11. Cytoplasm TAC TCTGGCATCACT RNA polymerase ATGAGACCGTAGTGA Promoter Region Coding Region Nucleus
  12. 12. Cytoplasm TAC TCTGGCATCACT RNA polymerase ATGAGACCGTAGTGA Promoter Region Nucleus
  13. 13. Cytoplasm TAC TCTGGCATCACT RNA polymerase ATGAGACCGTAGTGA Nucleus
  14. 14. Cytoplasm A U G TAC TCTGGCATCACT RNA polymerase ATGAGACCGTAGTGA Nucleus
  15. 15. Cytoplasm A U G A G A TAC TCTGGCATCACT RNA polymerase ATGAGACCGTAGTGA Nucleus
  16. 16. Cytoplasm A U G AG AC C G TAC TCTGGCATCACT RNA polymerase ATGAGACCGTAGTGA Nucleus
  17. 17. Cytoplasm A U G A G AC C G UA G TAC TCTGGCATCACT RNA polymerase ATGAGACCGTAGTGA Nucleus
  18. 18. Cytoplasm AU G A GA C CGU A GU GA TAC TCTGGCATCACT RNA polymerase ATGAGACCGTAGTGA Nucleus
  19. 19. Cytoplasm AU G A GA C CGU A GU GA TAC TCTGGCATCACT RNA polymerase ATGAGACCGTAGTGA Termination sequence Nucleus
  20. 20. Cytoplasm AU G A GA C CGU A GU GA TAC TCTGGCATCACT ATGAGACCGTAGTGA Nucleus
  21. 21. Nuclear pore
  22. 22. Nucleus Cytoplasm
  23. 23. Nucleus Cytoplasm
  24. 24. Ribosomes Cytoplasm Nucleus
  25. 25. Ribosomes Cytoplasm Nucleus
  26. 26. Ribosomes Cytoplasm Nucleus
  27. 27. AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  28. 28. Large subunit Ribosome Codons AUGAGACCGUAGUGA Small subunit
  29. 29. Amino Acid tRNA U A C AUGAGACCGUAGUGA Anti-codon
  30. 30. Start codon: Methionine U A C AUGAGACCGUAGUGA Start codon
  31. 31. U A C AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  32. 32. U C U U A C AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  33. 33. U A C U C U AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  34. 34. U A C U C U AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  35. 35. U A C U C U AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  36. 36. Peptide bond U C U AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  37. 37. U C U G G C AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  38. 38. G G C AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  39. 39. G G CA U C AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  40. 40. A U C AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  41. 41. Note: the stop codon does not make an amino acid. A U C A C U AUGAGACCGUAGUGA Stop codon
  42. 42. Peptide chain Note: the stop codon does not make an amino acid. A C U AUGAGACCGUAGUGA Stop codon
  43. 43. AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  44. 44. AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  45. 45. AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  46. 46. AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  47. 47. AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  48. 48. AUGAGACCGUAGUGA
  49. 49. Summary • The first thing that happens is RNA polymerase synthesizes the RNA nucleotides. While this is happening, the mRNA is attached to the RNA polymerase and making another strand behind it. The mRNA then goes out the nuclear pore and went to the ribosome. In the ribosome the mRNA strand attracts the tRNA. That contains the amino acid and anticodon. This start codon is known as Methionine. When the second tRNA came, the first one goes away and the amino acid hooks on to the other one by a peptide bond. That happens for each one. Then it comes to the start codon, which does not an amino acid. When it is all over it is left with a peptide chain. the peptide chain is folded up and the final protein in its tertiary structure is formed. In conclusion, this is protein synthesis.

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