Results for: Ribosome

In Cell Biology (cytology)

What do ribosomes do?

Ribosomes are organelles that synthesize proteins for the cell and send protein to the nucleus. Ribosomes can be free floating in the cytoplasm, or can be attached to the oute (MORE)
In Microbiology

What is a ribosomes?

Ribosomes are small organelles found in the cells of all life forms. They are quite small, only a few hundred nanometers across. It has been theorized that ribosomes were once (MORE)
In Biology

What does the Ribosomes do?

The ribosome are the " workbench " on which proteins are synthesized. mRNA is threaded through this catalytic organelle while tRNA brings single amino acids that are then link (MORE)
In Biology

What is a ribosome and what does it do?

A ribosome is a two subunit complex made of protein and catalytic RNA that unites as one unit when mRNA docks on the large subunit. Ribosomes are the " workbench " on which pr (MORE)
In Microbiology

What do ribosomes have on them?

Ribosomes are proteins that fecilitate protein synthesis by providing a system where the individual amino acids can be assembled into larger peptides and proteins. Ribosomes a (MORE)
In Microbiology

What does the ribosome?

Ribosomes are made in Nucleolus and their like workers. Nucleus is like boss. They give DNA to Ribosomes to build proteins. DNA is like instructor.
In Cell Biology (cytology)

What is a ribosome?

A ribosome is a cellular organelle that synthesizes (manufactures) polypeptide chains that will become proteins, found in all life forms. They do this by "reading" a strand of (MORE)
In Microbiology

What has ribosomes on it?

The Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) has ribosomes, also it's function is it transports materials throughout the cell and is in both plant and animal cells. :)
In Microbiology

What does ribosomes have?

A small grain like structure in the cytoplasm of a cell where proteins are made.
In Cell Biology (cytology)

Why do you have ribosomes?

Ribosomes are a minute particle that consists of RNA and similar proteins that are located in the cytoplasm of living cells. Their purpose is to bind mRNA and tRNA in order to (MORE)