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DNA of a eukaryotic cell is present only in the nucleus, but
Proteins are synthesized in the cytoplasm.)
What is the relation to a particular nucleotide?
DNA sequence and a specific amino acid sequence
a protein?

To answer these questions, Crick proposed two assumptions.
Message of hypothesis and transcript. to answer
The first question, suggested by Crick and colleagues
Ambassador Estimate. He proposed an RNA molecule
makes a complementary copy of the DNA strand
specific gene.

This is the process by which RNA is made
called transcription. it’s messenger RNA, or
mRNA, which then travels from the embryo into the cytoplasm,
It serves as a template for the synthesis of proteins.

Crick’s theory has been repeatedly tested for genes
codes for proteins and always the same answer: each
The sequence of a gene in DNA reveals the code for its protein
As an array in mRNA. Adaptation hypothesis and translation. to answer
Second question, Crick proposed the adapter principle: there

 

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