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The mRNA carries the genetic code needed to make a protein to the ribosome from DNA via microtubules.


mRNA carries the genetic code to a ribosome.


The type of RNA that carries a genetic code from DNA to the ribosome is called messenger RNA. Also known as mRNA.


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Hi, Chromosome are structure within cells which contain genetic information that is passed from one generation to other generation. Gene is a section of chromosome. A Gene carried coded information within sequence of chemicals. When needed particular information is decoded and used to provide for protien synthesis within the cells. Deoxy-ribo-nucleic(DNA) is the chemical which carries the genetic code.


The genetic code of organisms is carried by the DNA or deoxyribonucleic acid. It is inherited by children from their parents.The genetic code is carried by the DNA molecule. The DNA molecule is the one that stores all genetic information for most living things.


There are 22 autosomal chromosomes and 2 sex chromosomes in humans. In all the other chromosomes, the homologous pairs match up genetic loci. However, in human sex chromosomes the X and Y chromosome are different (with the X chromosome being much larger and the Y chromosome carrying genes that cause "maleness"). Someone with an X and a Y chromosome is a male because he has a Y chromosome that carries the genes that code for "maleness". Females "lack" this Y chromosome, and thus show characteristic female phenotypes.


The mRNA carries the genetic code needed to make a protein to the ribosome from DNA via microtubules.


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In humans it is about 3% of all the DNA in the nucleus.



No. mRNA carries the genetic code to the ribosomes in the cytoplasm or rough endoplasmic reticulum.


Yes. mRNA carries the genetic code to a ribosome and transfer RNA (tRNA) carries amino acids from the cytoplasm to their correct location according to the mRNA code.



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