Results for: Anticodon

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Where is an anticodon?

A nucleotide triplet in a tRNA molecule that aligns with a particular codon in mRNA under the influence of the ribosome , so that the amino acid carried by the (MORE)

What is anticodon?

Transfer RNA (tRNA) is a small RNA molecule (usually about 74-95 nucleotides) that transfers a specific active amino acid to a growing...
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What is a anticodon how does it function?

An anticodon is the base of a tRNA. a tRNA transfer the information from the mRNA to the amino acid to form a protein. The anticodon on the tRNA helps it to bind to codons on (MORE)
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What is an anticodon and where is it located?

An anticodon is a sequence of three nucleic acids in tRNA that corresponds with the sequence of three nucleic acids in mRNA. The three nucleic acid sequences in mRNA are calle (MORE)
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What has an anticodon region?

Anticodons are a sequence of three adjacent nucleotides located on one end of transfer RNA. It bounds to the complementary coding triplet of nucleotides in messenger RNA durin (MORE)
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Where do anticodon exist?

During protein synthesis, where DNA is "read" to produce a given protein (which is just a strand of amino acids), a codon is a three nucleotide sequence on mRNA that codes for (MORE)
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Where do you find anticodon?

The anti-codon is the molecule of mRNA in the nucleus which copies the codon from DNA in reverse. This process is reversed again when tRNA copies the mRNA in reverse, thereby (MORE)
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How does the anticodon function?

Anticodon on the tRNA base- pair with the codon on the mRNA and catalyses the elongation of the polypeptide chain in translation. Besides that, anticodon are specific and the (MORE)