How does an anticodon participate in protein synthesis?


How does an anticodon participate in protein synthesis?

Protein Synthesis:

Protein synthesis has two main steps, transcription and translation. During protein synthesis, new proteins are made for the cell, which can be used for catalyzing chemical reactions, cellular structures and more.

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An anticodon helps the tRNA bring the correct amino acids during protein synthesis. Protein synthesis begins in the nucleus during transcription,...

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Codon Recognition: How tRNA and Anticodons Interpret the Genetic Code


Chapter 9 / Lesson 8

The process that happens during translation will be discussed. Understand where the anticodons are located and how DNA codes for mRNA and mRNA codes tRNA.

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