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    How do I get the marks for explaining transcription (B2)?
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    Isn't there a mark scheme to look at? Maybe ask your teachers.
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    hi... welcome to the forum site. A Science is very interesting topic each and every time because it is invention is always brilliant. it helps to human.
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    I doubt you need to go into the deep detail of it, but a DNA sequence is read by an RNA molecule, which then copies itself. That then writes itself onto DNA. Obviously there's no physical writing but rather chemical reactions which change the bases of the DNA (G,C,A,T).
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    (Original post by BobBobson)
    I doubt you need to go into the deep detail of it, but a DNA sequence is read by an RNA molecule, which then copies itself. That then writes itself onto DNA. Obviously there's no physical writing but rather chemical reactions which change the bases of the DNA (G,C,A,T).


    Thnx tht should do
 
 
 
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