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Messenger RNA (mRNA)

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Messenger RNA (mRNA) takes the instructions, encoded in the DNA of the nucleus, out to the ribosomes which then assemble the amino acids in the correct order to form the appropriate protein.


tRNA carries the protein to the mRNA; it builds the protein and is then released.


mRNA carries one half of the code for a protein. tRNA must match it. Both are held by a ribosome. This process will form a protein encoded from the DNA segment.


carries the message that will be translated to form a protein


Code is the message that the mRNA carries and is translated in the ribosome. Codon is made up of three nucleotides that combines with the anticodon (on the tRNA) to join the amino acids in order to form a necessary 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.


mRNA carries the codons to the cytoplasm, and tRNA carries the amino acid to mRNA to form amino acid which becomes protein.


Transfer RNA or tRNA carries out the matching to assemble proteins.


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.


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


Messenger RNA carries a copy of DNA out of the nucleus and into cytoplasm. Transfer RNA then carries amino acids to the copy of DNA to form a protein chain.


The gene encodes a scaffold protein that maintains the shape of brain neurons by stabilizing cellular microtubules. Mutations to the tau protein cause it to form clumps and limit its ability to assemble microtubules


RNA assists in protein synthesis and translating the genetic code. DNA unzips to form a single-strand RNA and free nucleotides pair with the unzipped bases. In RNA, the thyamine is replaced with uracil. Adenine and uracil always combine. mRNA carries the genetic code for protein. mRNA travels through the nuclear membrane to cytoplasm and attaches to a ribosome which decodes the message. Ribosomes translate the mRNA code and builds the protein with amino acids.


it carries fuel in the form of liquid


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


The noun forms for the verb to assemble are assembly, assemblage, and the gerund, assembling.


If you mean this in a biological context, then ATP stands for adenosine triphosphate. ATP is a usable form of energy for cells. It does not carry any code.


In the nucleus of the cell you have the DNA; the big archive with all the instructions for the cell including the one to make each protein. mRNA carries these instructions out of the cell nucleus to the ribosomes (the protein factories) where tRNA delivers the right amino acids to the ever growing chain to form the right protein as "written" on the mRNA.


A chromosome is a thread like structure of nucleic acids and protein found in the nucleus of living cells. It carries genetic information in the form of genes.


Peptide Bond form a protein.


In genetics, a chromosome is a threadlike structure of nucleic acids and protein which is located in the nucleus of living cells, It carries the genetic information of an organism in the form of genes.


What is the storage form of protein in the body?


DNA has sequences that code for a specific mRNA and this mRNA is translated to form a protein.. this protein may involve in any characteristic feature of the living system


Yes they form proteins.They invoive in protein synthesis.


Carries. Carries is the third person singular form of carry



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