The process of making rna from DNA is called what?
The process that involves the transcribing of genetic information from DNA to RNA is called Transcription.
DNA transcription is a process of converting genetic information from DNA to RNA. The RNA may be used to produce proteins if that is what the DNA coded for. In this case, the RNA is called mRNA and the RNA molecule is called a transcription unit. So that would be one answer to this question. ( The process by which the RNA becomes a protein is called translation) Sometimes the DNA does not code for…
DNA transcription is a process that involves transcribing genetic information from DNA to RNA. The transcribed DNA message, or RNA transcript, is used to produce proteins. The information in DNA is not directly converted into proteins, but must first be copied into RNA. This ensures that the information contained within the DNA does not become tainted or damaged.
DNA -> RNA -> protein DNA-> RNA -> Protein is an okay answer but if you want more detail it is DNA contains the intstructions for building a protein. DNA transfers the instructions to an RNA molecule in a process called transcription. the NA moves out into the cytoplasm, where its instructions are read and the protein is assembled in a process called translation.