How DNA Codes for Proteins?

For Ocr A2 Biology

DNA is small enough to fir through the nuclear pore?
False
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Transcription is?
The creation of a single stranded mRNA copy of the DNA coding strand
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Translation is?
The assembly of polypeptide at ribosomes
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What is the minimum number of different tRNA molecules that are needed for Protein Synthesis?
21
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What is a gene?
A length of DNA that coded for one or more polypeptides
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Transcription is?

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The creation of a single stranded mRNA copy of the DNA coding strand

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Translation is?

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What is the minimum number of different tRNA molecules that are needed for Protein Synthesis?

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What is a gene?

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sheereen

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Jo Conway

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A codon is three adjacent bases in one polynucleotide chain which codes for a specific amino acid.

Not all triplets are codons...

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