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    (Original post by mariam687)
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    Synthesis of proteins
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    The process during which proteins are made
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    (Original post by Anmol_.)
    The process during which proteins are made
    wow tht was pretty simple

    maybe i should go take a break hahah

    thanks though
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChC_30uF1m8 this should help
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    (Original post by mariam687)
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    https://youtu.be/gG7uCskUOrA?t=35
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    essentially it's just making proteins.
    occurs in the ribosomes of cells.
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    You're basically using Amino Acids to make chains of Amino Acids and then joining chains to make proteins eg enzymes.
    The protein you make depends on the instructions from mRNA (basically DNA).
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    DNA from Nucleus is transferred via mature messenger RNA (mRNA) via transcription. Then the DNA is translated into protein sequences, for coding with the ribosomes on the cytoplasm.

    mRNA undergoes splicing, to remove intron nucleotides.

    We make use of an intermediary, to protect DNA from the damaging effects of the chemicals that exist in the cytoplasm.
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    (Original post by apronedsamurai)
    DNA from Nucleus is transferred via mature messenger RNA (mRNA) via transcription. Then the DNA is translated into protein sequences, for coding with the ribosomes on the cytoplasm.

    mRNA undergoes splicing, to remove intron nucleotides.

    We make use of an intermediary, to protect DNA from the damaging effects of the chemicals that exist in the cytoplasm.
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    Simply put, the proteins you eat are broken down into amino acids, which are then used as a source for proteins to be used for various purposes in the body.
 
 
 
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