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Later, many genes were discovered for cryptography.
Involved in the regulation of forms of RNA and other genes that are not translated into polypeptides
Other DNA sequences appear.

Although these findings allude to the genes that code for proteins, they do not invalidate the relationship between the genes. and polypeptides. But how does this relationship work – ie.

How is DNA-encoded information used to define
specific polypeptide? DNA, RNA and information flow
The expression of a gene to make a polypeptide occurs in two
Basic Steps:

Transcription copied DNA sequence information
For information related to (genetic) RNA
sequence.

Translation converts this RNA sequence into amino
Acid sequence of the polypeptide.
RNA is different from DNA
RNA is a major intermediary between DNA and polypeptide.
RNA (ribonucleic acid) is a polynucleotide similar to DNA.

But it differs from DNA in three ways:
RNA usually has only one polynucleotide
fiber
The sugar molecule found in RNA is ribose
Deoxyribose is found in DNA.

 

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