Results for: RNAs

In Biology

What is RNA?

Ribonucleic acid or RNA is a nucleic acid, consisting of manynucleotides that form a polymer. Each nucleotide consists of anitrogenous base, a ribose sugar, and a phosphate. R (MORE)
In Microbiology

RNA differs from DNA in that RNA?

DNA contains genetic information and determines everything about aperson. RNA carries genetic messages from DNA to the ribosomes inthe body.
In Biology

What does rna have?

RNA have ribonucleotides. Ribonucleotides have ribose sugar, phosphate, and nitrogen bases. The nitrogen bases of RNA are adenine, guanine, cytocine and uracil.
In Genetics

Where is RNA?

ribo nuclec acid roughly a copy of dna. something you may want to by if you are intrested in chemistry the book called chemistry 101
In Science

What is the pairing for RNA?

RNA tends to be single stranded so its bases do not pair very often. During transcription, the mRNA does pair to the DNA for a short time producing a DNA hybrid. In this cas (MORE)
In Biology

What does the RNA do?

\nRNA fits through the pores of the nuclear membrane, unlike the DNA, allowing it to transport all of the information to the specific parts. When RNA copies parts of DNA, it o (MORE)
In Genetics

What does RNA have in it?

RNA have ribonucleotides. Ribonucleotides have ribose sugar, phosphate, and nitrogen bases. The nitrogen bases of RNA are adenine, guanine, cytocine and uracil.
In Health

What do RNA do?

RNA is the genetic material in some single celled organelles. It is also in ribosomes, which help create protiens. RNA primers are also involoved in DNA replication.
In Genetics

How do you get RNA?

Dna is split up into two different strands of nucleotides. After that is beyond me.
In Biology

How are messenger RNA transfer RNA ribosomal RNA different?

mRNA is short lived and used solely as a template for protein synthesis, it consists of triplets of bases ("codons") to which the complementary tRNA triplets ("anticodons") ma (MORE)
In Biology

How are RNA and messenger RNA related?

RNA is a nucleic acid,messenger RNA is a form of RNA that carries the instructions for making a protein form a gene and delivers it to the site of translation
In Biology

How is RNA polymerase used in RNA?

From the Biology book I have studied in my 9th grade schooling... RNA polymerase is an enzyme much like that of DNA polymerase. Both enzymes, RNA and DNA polymerase, "unzip" (MORE)
In Genetics

How do rna and messenger rna relate?

mRNA, or messenger RNA is a type of RNA responsible for carrying a copy of DNA from the nucleus to the ribosomes. There are 3 types of RNA - mRNA, tRNA and rRNA. tRNA (transf (MORE)
In Genetics

Which RNA was soluble rna?

The RNA molecules that attach the amino acid to the protein chainare usually soluble.
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What is A in RNA?

The 'A' stands for the word 'Acid'.