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Scitty
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Trying to order my notes logically, and it's been such a long time since I did AS Biology that I've completely forgotten what order things were taught in, and so the logical order of notes.

Would protein synthesis we best placed at the start of my notes under biochem with the rest of the protein/DNA/RNA/biological molecules notes, or in the genetics section (which is mostly gene regulation, cancer, gene technology, genetic diseases etc)?

At the moment I've got it in genetics under "transcription & translation of the genetic code".
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(Original post by Scitty)
Trying to order my notes logically, and it's been such a long time since I did AS Biology that I've completely forgotten what order things were taught in, and so the logical order of notes.

Would protein synthesis we best placed at the start of my notes under biochem with the rest of the protein/DNA/RNA/biological molecules notes, or in the genetics section (which is mostly gene regulation, cancer, gene technology, genetic diseases etc)?

At the moment I've got it in genetics under "transcription & translation of the genetic code".
Put it along with the biochemistry topics, since it builds up from your knowledge of DNA, RNA and enzyme.
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Put it along with the biochemistry topics, since it builds up from your knowledge of DNA, RNA and enzyme.
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Translation (of genetic code) = protein synthesis, so yu already have the notes in the right place!

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