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At least one specific type of DNA molecule (“species”).
The dRNA molecule has three functions: it carries (
“charge”) is an amino acid that binds to mRNA
molecule, and it interacts with the ribosome.

Structure is clearly related to all these functions. There are 75 to 80 nucleotides in a dRNA molecule. It is approved (a
The three-dimensional shape) is maintained in its order by sub-base coupling (hydrogen bonding)
The interaction of a dRNA molecule specifically allows it to bind to binding sites in the ribosome. 3 o’clock in the evening.

The end of each dRNA molecule is a specific site
Binds amino acids covalently. approximately in the middle of the DNA
In the filler base coupling area (hydrogen), a group of three bases, called an antigode, is formed.
binding) with mRNA. Each strain of dRNA has a unique anticodon that supports the mRNA codon.
and amino acid DNAs. In interactions, the codon and anticodon are similar to each other. for example
Consider the process, the amino acid arginine:

The DNA code for arginine is 3′-GCC-5′, i.e.
The filler is copied by adding the base
mRNA codon 5′-CGG-3.
That mRNA binds to a dRNA by binding the complementary base with the anticodon 3′-GCC-5, ie.
Charged with arginine.

 

 

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