Questions relating to protein synthesis, plant, animal ,and eukaryotic cells?

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    I'm correcting one my of tests and looking for answers so I can study for finals.
    I couldn't find any answers in my text :confused:
    Any help would be appreciated.


    1. In the process of protein synthesis, an enzyme will trigger a sequence of triplets of bases that encodes a protein, which is called a ______, to unzip from the segment of the DNA to produce a MRNA. This process is also called _______.. Then the MRNA will be decodes by the ______, and this step is called _____.

    2. Specialized substructures, such as chloroplasts in plant cells and ____ in animal cells, are called ____ in eukaryotic cells.
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    1. In the process of protein synthesis, an enzyme will trigger a sequence of triplets of bases that encodes a protein, which is called a codon, to unzip from the segment of the DNA to produce a MRNA. This process is also called Transcription.. Then the MRNA will be decoded by the ribosomes, and this step is called translation.

    Not too sure about the second one.
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    (Original post by jimmyrawlings)
    I'm correcting one my of tests and looking for answers so I can study for finals.
    I couldn't find any answers in my text :confused:
    Any help would be appreciated.


    1. In the process of protein synthesis, an enzyme will trigger a sequence of triplets of bases that encodes a protein, which is called a ______, to unzip from the segment of the DNA to produce a MRNA. This process is also called _______.. Then the MRNA will be decodes by the ______, and this step is called _____.

    2. Specialized substructures, such as chloroplasts in plant cells and ____ in animal cells, are called ____ in eukaryotic cells.
    The first one is correct

    I'll have a guess at the second one:

    2. Specialized substructures, such as chloroplasts in plant cells and mitochondria in animal cells, are called organelles in eukaryotic cells.
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    (Original post by thegodofgod)
    The first one is correct

    I'll have a guess at the second one:

    2. Specialized substructures, such as chloroplasts in plant cells and mitochondria in animal cells, are called organelles in eukaryotic cells.
    that's correct.
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    (Original post by thegodofgod)
    The first one is correct

    I'll have a guess at the second one:

    2. Specialized substructures, such as chloroplasts in plant cells and mitochondria in animal cells, are called organelles in eukaryotic cells.
    Thanks for verifying the first one. I actually thought triplets of bases was a gene. Several other people I asked as well.
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