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Asked in Genetics
What is the function of nitrogen base in DNA nucleotide?
A nitrogen base in combination with two other nitrogen bases forms a sequence of three nitrogen bases which form a DNA codon which codes for a particular amino acid in a protein. ...
Asked in Biology, Microbiology, Genetics
How do you get DNA to protein?
A process known as protein synthesis. The mRNA must be transcribed in the nucleus using DNA as a template, then must be moved to the cytoplasm and to the ribosome where translation forms a protein. For more information, follow the related link below. ...
Compare and contrast DNA replication and protein synthesis?
DNA replication first unzipped and then goes to a process called DNA polymerase that forms new nucleotide complementary to the base of the unzipped DNA. once its filled in, it will return to the helical formation of the DNA. protein synthesis is the formation of the amino acid in ribosome. ...
Asked in Genetics
What forms the chemical code on DNA?
The DNA code is formed by the sequence of nucleotides. Each sequence of three nucleotides forms a codon that represents an amino acid. The sequence of codons determines the sequence of amino acids in a protein, and the sequence of amino acids determines the structure and function of the protein. ...
Asked in Science
What are the five steps in making a protein?
1.RNA copies the DNA 2. RNA delivers the DNA 3. A ribosome produces the protein 4. A vesicle brings the protein through the ER to the Golgi body 5. A vesicle forms on the end of the gologi body and carries the protein out of the membrane. ...
Asked in Biology, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry
What is the sites of protein synthesis?
The steps of protein synthesis: Transcription occurs in the nucleus of the cell, where DNA is transcripted into mRNA Translation occurs in the cytoplasm of the cell, where the mRNA is translated into amino acids and forms a protein ...