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Brock flipbook

  1. 1. Protein synthesis By Brock Volchko
  2. 2. Ribosomes Nucleus
  3. 3. Nucleus
  4. 4. = Cytosine = Thymine = Guanine = Adenine
  5. 5. RNA polymerase = Cytosine = Thymine = Guanine = Adenine
  6. 6. mRNA Promoter Region = Cytosine = Thymine = Guanine = Adenine
  7. 7. mRNA Termination Sequence = Cytosine = Thymine = Guanine = Adenine U
  8. 8. Starting Codons End Codons Termination Sequence = Cytosine = Thymine = Guanine = Adenine
  9. 9. = Cytosine = Thymine = Guanine = Adenine
  10. 10. Ribosomes Nuclear pore Nucleus The mRNA leaves the Nucleus and goes into the cytoplasm
  11. 11. Ribosomes Nucleus The mRNA leaves the Nucleus and goes into the cytoplasm
  12. 12. Ribosomes Nucleus The mRNA leaves the Nucleus and goes into the cytoplasm
  13. 13. Amino Acid tRNA Start Codon Small Subunit Large Subunit A= Green U= Red G= Blue C= Yellow
  14. 14. Peptide Bond Small Subunit Large Subunit A= Green U= Red G= Blue C= Yellow
  15. 15. A= Green U= Red G= Blue C= Yellow Small Subunit Large Subunit
  16. 16. A= Green U= Red G= Blue C= Yellow Anticodon Small Subunit Large Subunit
  17. 17. A= Green U= Red G= Blue C= Yellow Ending Codons Small Subunit Large Subunit
  18. 18. A= Green U= Red G= Blue C= Yellow Small Subunit Large Subunit
  19. 19. A= Green U= Red G= Blue C= Yellow Small Subunit Large Subunit
  20. 20. Final Protein
  21. 21. Summary RNA Polymerase unwinds DNA and synthesizes a strand of mRNA. The mRNA leaves the nucleus and goes to a Ribosome. The Ribosome then brings tRNA molecules with amino acids to read the mRNA. The amino acids break off of the tRNA and make a chain of amino acids that fold upon its self and make a protein.

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