RNA stands for ribonucleic acid. It carries the coding for protein synthesis. It is the same coding as the DNA but instead of Thymine it has Uracil. So now the base pairs are A-U G-C
No, DNA and RNA carry hereditary information.
reverse transcriptase. With this enzyme, the RNA viruses can make DNA using their RNA as a template.
glutamine because GTT is the t-RNA and CAA is the m-RNA
what are the sequences of the anticodon for the transfer RNA molecules that carry each of the amino acids in the protein
yes, they both do
Yes it carry genetic information through DNA OR RNA
DNA tells a cell what to do RNA helps to carry it out In other words, they are complementary.
It doesn't carry the amino acids, it carries the code for them, the codons.
Yes. A nucleic acid is your DNA and RNA. DNA = deoxyriboNUCLEIC ACID RNA = riboNUCLEIC ACID
The first difference is that Messenger RNA is a code carrier for polypeptide while transfer RNA does not carry any code. Another difference is that mRNA is an ufolded molecule while tRNA is a folded molecule.
The central dogma of molecular biology has been: DNA makes RNA; RNA makes proteins. Proteins carry out the bulk of functions involved in running a living organism.
RNA is ribonucleic acid. It is a nucleic acid just as DNA. DNA is deoxyribonucleic acid. It actually has to do with OH groups on the sugars ribose and deoxyribose. In higher organisms, RNA functions: to carry the message from DNA, to carry an amino acid, and in the make up of organelles called ribosomes.
The mRNA molecules carry the coded instructions for making proteins from the nucleus out to the ribosomes.
I think you mean "which RNA molecule carries the amino acids?" mRNA will never carry an amino acid; however, tRNA (another class of RNA) will carry amino acids in translation.
The function of messenger RNA is to carry copies of the instructions for assembling amino acids into proteins to the rest of the cell or, more specifically, to the ribosomes.
They contain DNA and RNA which hold genetic information.