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RNA and Protein Synthesis

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2.Long chain of amino acids that makes proteins
5.Synthesis of an RNA molecule from a DNA template
6.Specific region of a gene where RNA polymerase can bind and begin transcrition
7.A group of three bases on a tRNA molecule that are complementary to the three bases of a codon of mRNA
12.Sequence of DNA that is not involed in coding for a protein
13.Expressed sequence of DNA; codes for protein
15.Chemical or physical agents in the envrionment that interact with DNA and may cause a mutation
16.Process by which the sequnces of bases of an mRNA is converted into the sequence of amino acids of a protein
17.Type of RNA that combines with proteins to form riboosomes
18.Enzyme that links together the growing chain of RNA nucleotides during transcription using a DNA strand as a template
1.Type of RNA that carries copies of instructions for the assembly of amino acids into proteins from DNA to the rest of the cell
3.Gene mutation in which a single base pair in DNA has been changed
4.Mutation that shifts the "reading frame" of the genetic message by insertig or deleting a nucliotide
8.Group of three nucleotide bases in mRNA that specifiy a particular amino acid to be incorporated into a protein
9.Type of RNA that carries each amino acid to a ribsome during protein synthesis
10.Condition in which an organism has extra sets of chromsomes
11.Change in the genetic material of a cell
14.A component that carries genetic information

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