Steps of Transcription

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  • Every single of our cell has a DNA in them
  • Protein synthesis builds proteins by using the information in our DNAScreen Shot 2015-04-16 at 9.12.28 AM
    • The process of transcription happen in the nucleus
    • The RNA unzips the double stranded DNA by separating the individual nucleotides from DNA
    • The RNA goes down the DNA and exposing the templateScreen Shot 2015-04-16 at 9.12.43 AM
      • The letters of the DNA changes to RNA
      • Since the nucleotides are connected together the template strand of the DNA builds a RNA messager
      • The letters of the DNA changes to RNA
      • The sequence nucleotides are used to make a specific protein
      • The messenger RNA continue to be build of the template in the DNA until the DNA stop the transcription

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      • The messenger RNA continue to be build of the template in the DNA until the DNA stop the transcription
      • The DNA strand is transferred to the RNA messager
      • The RNA messenger had the sequence nucleotides in the DNAScreen Shot 2015-04-16 at 9.13.16 AM
        • The messenger RNA continue to be build of the template in the DNA until the DNA stop the transcription
        • For example ; When there is a A in the DNA there will be a U in RNA
        • Guanine always connects with cytosineScreen Shot 2015-04-16 at 9.13.24 AM
          • After that the messenger RNA detaches itself from the DNA Screen Shot 2015-04-16 at 9.13.34 AM
          • The messenger RNA leaves the nucleus and goes to the ribosome
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          • Which happens to be the second part of the protein synthesis called translation

by : Sunny

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