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Why do you have a messenger RNA?

messenger RNA (mRNA) is a copy of genomic DNA that codes for a specific protein. DNA cannot leave the nucleus and enter the cytoplasm, where ribosomes make the proteins. There (MORE)

What does messenger RNA become attached to in cytoplasm?

I assume you are talking about protein synthesis? Good. Messenger RNA (mRNA) is ejected from the nucleus after it has made a copy of the base pairing sequence for that particu (MORE)
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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 (transfe (MORE)