What are the molecules that translate the RNA message?

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2011-03-05 20:20:54
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There are three different types of RNA molecules:

1.) Messenger RNA (mRNA) - this molecule carries a message- the instructions that later get tuned into a protein

2.) Ribosomal RNA (rRNA) - this molecule forms part of ribosomes, the parts of a cell that pu amino acids together in a polypeptide.

3.) Transfer RNA (tRNA) - this molecule transfers amino acids in the cytoplasm to the growing polypeptide.

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That's what I have but I'm actually looking for 2 more? It's a question for Microbiology I can't for the life of me find the other 2?

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Ribosomes and tRNA molecules help a cell translate an mRNA message into a polypeptide.

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microRNA is a "non-coding RNA" molecule. This means that it does not translate into a protein. These are sometimes also called "non-messenger" RNA molecules.

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No. A ribosome is a complex of protein and RNA molecules found inside both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Its function is to translate messenger RNA into protein.

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