One end of the tRNA contains an anticodon, asequence of three nucleotides that is complementary tothe three nucleotides in the corresponding codon onthe mRNA. Each anticodon is specific to one and onlyone codon
Anticodons are in transfer RNA, or tRNA.
61 anticodons exist .
mRNA is made up of anticodons
tRNA. Transport ribonucleic acid, it is a 3 loop structure that brings specific amino acids to the ribosome. Has anticodons specific to the codons.
mRNA have codons while tRNA have anticodons.
If the codons are AUG, CGC, and UAC what are the anticodons?
Well, think about it. There are 64 codons so there must be 64 anticodons
I think codons are found on dna. Anticodons are found only on trna.
If the mRNA codons are CGG AUC CAU, the tRNA anticodons would be GCC UAG GUA.
a codon is a sequence of 3 nucleotides, the tRNA anticodons is the comlementary pairs with its corresponding mRNA codon.
In the ribosome
Complimentary base triplets coding for an amino acid. Usually used to reference the codons and anticodons possessed by tRNA and mRNA.
Codons are found on messenger RNA, while anticodons (complementary to codons) are found on transfer RNA. Where the codons UCC, UAG are founded?
Anticodons: Prest in the tRNA molecule,involved in the protein syntehesis Triplet or codon: Three letter base(eg:AUG-Met) of mRNA, codes for a particular aminoacid. Replication:Duplication of DNA moleculs(codons and anticodons are not relevant with this processs!)
They are anticodons
The three nitrogenous bases on a tRNA strand are called anticodons. The anticodons are exposed and all codons are universal.