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Protein Synthesis

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In this learning activity you'll review how every protein molecule of an organism is synthesized by that organism in a prescribed process. This activity helps students understand the fundamental life process of making protein.

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Which of the following codes for a specific protein?

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Why does the dna strand unwind

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How does the mRNA leave the nucleus?

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Is just one mRNA molecule made?

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Why does mRNA bind with a ribosome?

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What’s the name for the end of the tRNA that has a particular sequence of three nucleotides?

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What does the anticodon match up to when it joins the chain?

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Now that the “load” of amino acids have been released, the amino acids link up to form __________________.

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What happens to the mRNA when protein production is complete?

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Is just one mRNA molecule made? Explain

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Totally awesome! I absolutely loved this website...im a total nerd when it comes to genetics and protein synthesis.

Posted by Abigail Williams on 3/10/2014 11:28:42 AM Reply

This really breaks the system down so people can understand it better. I think it's a great learning tool.

Posted by Morgan Lepak on 2/2/2012 1:49:25 PM Reply

great website!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! =) very helpful in my science class but I did this at home for fun!! #iluvscience

Posted by corey whitney on 4/28/2014 12:52:20 PM Reply

Is a good learning object but i want to see some exercise activities and a evaluation, let the user to interact whit the object.

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