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
Its an intermediate message that is translated to form a protein
Messenger RNA (mRNA)
RNA builds the protein which the information is given by DNA
Messenger RNA (mRNA)
Messenger RNA is translated to form proteins .
The first protein that is coded for in any human RNA strand is met. From there on out, the specific proteins depend on the individual.
Translation is the process where ribosomes synthesize proteins from RNA.
RNA is not converted into protein, it codes for protein.
DNA makes RNA, RNA makes protein.
1. Messenger RNA (mRNA) acts as an intermediary between DNA and ribosomes, and is translated into protein by ribosomes. 2. Transfer RNA (tRNA) delivers amino acids to the ribosome complex as mRNA is translated into protein. 3. Ribosomal RNA (RRNA) binds with protein to form ribosomes needed for protein synthesis.
translation represents rna to protein. at this stage the mrna is converted to protein in the cytosol in eukaryotes
where protein is assembled from the message on the RNA
No, RNA is a Nucleic Acid. RNA is used to create protein through a long process.
mRNA (messenger RNA)
The different types of RNA are as follows:Messenger RNA :Messenger RNA (mRNA) carries information about a protein sequence to the ribosomes, the protein synthesis factories in the cell.Ribosomal RNA:In the cytoplasm, ribsomal RNA (rRNA) and protein combine to form a nucleoprotein called a ribosome. The ribosome serves as the site and carries the enzymes necessary for protein synthesis.Transfer RNA:Transfer RNA (tRNA) contains about 75 nucleotides, three of which are called anticodons, and one amino acid. The tRNA reads the code and carries the amino acid to be incorporated into the developing protein.
DNA contains genes and a sequence of bases in most genes, it determines the amino acid sequence of a proteinRNA has 3 functionsMessenger RNA (mRNA) carries the code for a protein, contains the coding gene from DNA to ribosomesRibosomal RNA (rRNA) combines with proteins to form ribosomes, the structures that link amino acids to form a protein.Transfer RNA (tRNA) carries amino acids to the ribosomes.
It's DNA - RNA - protein. DNA encoding a gene is transcribed to mRNA or messenger RNA by RNA polymerase. The RNA is then translated into a protein sequences at the ribosome. tRNA's or transfer RNA's act like a dictionary for the translation. They can recognize a code of three nucleotides (a codon) in the RNA and bring the corresponding amino acid to the right place at the ribosome, where it is ligated to the rest of the protein. A protein is a chain of amino acids. see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_dogma
mRNA - messenger RNAmRNA carries the code for a protein sequence which has been transcribed from a strand of DNA and can be translated back into the protein sequence by ribosomesrRNA - ribosomal RNARibosomes structural and functional components are rRNA and proteins. Ribosomes translate the protein sequence code carried by mRNAtRNA - transfer RNARNA links amino acids to form protein chains
mRNA or (messenger)
An enzyme is a protein. First of all, RNA which is a copy of DNA is formed to be translated by ribosomes. Each 3 letters form a specific amino acid. These amino acids are combined together by RNA to form a protein.