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    Good Morning Fellow Student Room Users
    I have one question which i do need help with :
    Explain the steps involved in biosynthesis of protein including the roles of RNA
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    (Original post by A-d-S10)
    Good Morning Fellow Student Room Users
    I have one question which i do need help with :
    Explain the steps involved in biosynthesis of protein including the roles of RNA
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    do we have to talk about translation
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    do we have to talk about translation
    I Think we do have to talk about translation but i am clueless when it comes to translation as i have no idea what occours
    Could you help me please ?
    Thank you
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    (Original post by A-d-S10)
    I Think we do have to talk about translation but i am clueless when it comes to translation as i have no idea what occours
    Could you help me please ?
    Thank you
    of course i can

    Mrna leaves via the nuclear pore and attaches to the ribosome. Trna brings an amino acid to ribosome and forms complementary anticodon.Triplet codes. The amino acids join together by peptide bonds. Mrna reads the amino acid and trna keeps bringing the amino acids so more joining of amino acids. Then a stop codon is reached and therefore is no more joining of amino acids and the stop codons are UUA for example which we are given in the exam for sure
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    of course i can

    Mrna leaves via the nuclear pore and attaches to the ribosome. Trna brings an amino acid to ribosome and forms complementary anticodon.Triplet codes. The amino acids join together by peptide bonds. Mrna reads the amino acid and trna keeps bringing the amino acids so more joining of amino acids. Then a stop codon is reached and therefore is no more joining of amino acids and the stop codons are UUA for example which we are given in the exam for sure
    Thank you very much for your help
    Is this everything i need to answer this question, do i need to know anything extra ?
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    (Original post by A-d-S10)
    Thank you very much for your help
    Is this everything i need to answer this question, do i need to know anything extra ?
    how many marks was the question
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    how many marks was the question
    It was a Question handed out by the teacher and it doesnt specifiy the marks alllocated. Our teacher is really strict on making sure the answer is revelant to the question. Do you think the answer, answers the question fully ?
    Do you think it would help to include a diagram as well ?

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