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  1. 1. Animation By:Mackenzie Rosenberger and Lindsay Brocious
  2. 2. Beginning of Transcription
  3. 3. RNA PolymeraseBinds and unwinds T A the DNA strands A T C G T A A T A T C G T A C G G C T A C T DNA strands G A A T G C C G T A A T C G G C A T T A G C A T C G T A G C A T C G T A
  4. 4. Start Codon T APromoter A U Region C G T A A U A TTurns the gene C G on and off T A C G RNA Polymerase G T binds to C A C promoter region G T of DNA A A T G C C G T A A T C G G C A T T A G C A T C G T A G C A T C G T A
  5. 5. Start Codon T A A U C G U A RNA Polymerase A U reads DNA and A U C G creates mRNA U A C G G C U A C G U A A U G C Coding G C Region U A A UEncodes the C G G Cinformation A U for which U A protein G C A T to produce C G U A G C A T C G T A
  6. 6. T A A U G G U A A U A U C G U A C G G C U A C G U A A U G C C G U A A U C G G CTermination A U U A Sequence G C A U C G U A G C Signals the A U end of the C G gene T A
  7. 7. T AA UG GU AA UA UC GU AC GG CU AC GU AA UG CC GU AA UC GG CA UU AG CA RNA Polymerase UC hits stop code GU AG and releases CA the mRNA. UC G mRNA StrandT A
  8. 8. NNuclear Pore u c l e u s mRNA Strand
  9. 9. To conclude: -In the first step of transcription, RNA Polymerase binds to DNA and unwinds it. Then, the RNA Polymerase binds to promoter region of DNA. In the third step, RNA Polymerase reads DNA and creates mRNA.After this, RNA Polymerase hits stop code and releases the mRNA. At the end, mRNA leaves nucleus and enters the cytoplasm. -In the first step of translation, rRNA forms Ribosome. In the second step,mRNA binds to ribosome and is read. After this, tRNA proof reads mRNA andtransfers amino acids. Then, Amino Acids, attached to the tRNA, attach to the Peptide Bond. Lastly, Ribosomes hits stop codon and completes the protein end.

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