DNA. What Is It?
The mRNA molecule was then moved from the left side of the table to the right, showing it's movement from the nucleus to the cytoplasm. The tRNA molecules were then matched up with an amino acid. Once matched up, they were slid along the mRNA until their nucleotides matched.
The most surprising discovery made was finding out that there are only four main bases needed in a DNA and RNA molecule. Also, each of these bases will only bond with one other base. It is important to realize how DNA greatly affects a cell's functions, in growth, movement, protein building, and many other duties. DNA is not nearly complex in structure as I had thought either. Containing only it's three main parts of a sugar, phosphate, and of course it's base. From these studies it is easy to see how DNA and RNA greatly affect the life and functions of an organism.
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