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DNA
Two Strands

Deoxyribose as sugar

Thymine as base
RNA
One strand

Ribose as sugar

Uracil as base
Base Pair Bonding
Guanine to Cytosine

Adenine to Thymine
Adenine to Uracil
Three Types of RNA
mRNA
tRNA
rRNA
mRNA
Messenger RNA

Brings the directions for the protein to the site of Protein Synthesis.

Has the codon.
tRNA
Transfer RNA

Brings the amino acid to the site of protein synthesis.

Has the anticodon.
rRNA
Ribosomal RNA

Is the site of protein synthesis.
Codon
The three base grouping that tells the order of the amino acidsd for the protein.
Protein Synthesis
The cellular mechanism to make proteins.
Transcription
Occurs in the nucleus.

Is the first half of Protein Synthesis.

Takes information in DNA and make RNA from it.
Translation
Occurs in the cytoplasm

Is the second half of Protein Synthesis.

Uses RNA to make the finished Protein.