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Protein synthesis vector illustration. Labeled transcription and translation steps diagram with full cycle explanation. How body creates protein chain from cytoplasm.

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Translation

These flowcharts were drawn for Biochem 2280 at the University of Western Ontario but should be useful for any student taking introductory biology! Topics covered include transcription, translation…

oh-soufflegirl's notes on Genes (it includes Mitosis, Meiosis, and the Cell Life Cycle).

Hey everyone! Here (x) is my note on Genes (it includes Mitosis, Meiosis, and the Cell Life Cycle). If you’re having a hard time reading my handwriting, feel free to send an ask my way! I’ll try my...

kidmed • On DNA: Replication, Transcription, Translation

DNA has 3 main functions to support all forms of life. Replicationis the duplication of DNA parental strand using a semi-conservativemodel. Transcriptionis when DNA is copied into mRNA, which are information carrying intermediates in protein synthesis. Translationis the synthesis of proteins according to instructions given by mRNA templates. Monomers in protein are nucleotidesand DNA/RNA are polymers with poly nucleotides. Each has a base, phosphate, and sugar. Learn to draw and pair AT, CG…

Learn about the genetic code, the information in DNA and RNA that determines amino acid sequences in protein synthesis.

Learn about the genetic code, the information in DNA and RNA that determines amino acid sequences in protein synthesis.