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RNA: Structure and Function
RNA FUNCTION Function: RNA reads blueprints (DNA) & makes protein
Why does that make RNA important?
RNA Structure RNA is a short polymer – Allows RNA to move through nucleus RNA is single stranded RNA does not self replicate
RNA Nucleotide Phosphate: Same as DNA Sugar: Ribose Bases – Adenine – Guanine – Cytosine – Uracil
RNA Base Pairing Rules G still bonds with C A bonds with U
3 Types of RNA mRNA – messenger (carries info to ribosome) tRNA – transfer (moves amino acids to ribosomes) rRNA – ribosomal (makes up ribosomes)
Focus Question: What is the structure and function of RNA?
AP Biology Nucleic acids AP Biology Nucleic Acids.
NUCLEIC ACIDS Journey to the tiny world of DNA. Nucleic Acids Organic molecules, include C, H, O, N and P elements. Have various roles in metabolic.
RNA (Ribonucleic Acid) and Transcription Chapter 10.
Nucleic Acids DNA vs. RNA
The Central Dogma States: information flows in one direction from DNA to RNA to proteins. Includes 3 processes: RNA is the link between DNA and proteins.
Structure Types of RNA Transcription. =RiboNucleic Acid.
9.1 Transcription. Central Dogma DNARNAPROTEIN TranscriptionTranslation.
RNA Use this power point to help you complete notes for interactive notebook.
Section 11-2 From DNA to Proteins. Enzymes control all the chemical reactions of an organism Thus, by encoding the instructions form making proteins,
DNA and now RNA DNA is deoxyriboneucleic acid. RNA is ribonucleic acid.
Name the organelle and give its function. Cell Parts Review Animal Plant Nucleus Ribosome Endoplasmic Reticulum: aids in processing carbohydrates, lipids.
RNA & Protein Synthesis.
Function of RNA Since DNA cannot leave the nucleus, RNA molecules will convert the written instructions into proteins in the cytoplasm Genes are coded.
DNA and RNA Chapter 12. Types of Nucleic Acids DNA (Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid) RNA (Ribose Nucleic Acid)
DNA Chapter 12. DNA DeoxyriboNucleic Acid Sugar = deoxyribose Adenine + Thymine Guanine + Cytosine Double-stranded helix with alternating sugars and phosphate.
D.N.A. DeoxyriboNucleic Acid
Protein Synthesis Study Guide
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