#1TRANSCRIPTION-formation of messenger RNA(mRNA).
¤DNA double helix unwinds.
¤Weak hydrogen bonds of DNA break.
¤Forming two single strands of DNA.
¤One strand acts as a template.
¤To form a complementary strand which is mRNA.
¤Using free DNA nuclotides from the nuceoplasm.
¤Three adjacent bases on mRNA make up a codon.
¤Which codes for an amino acid.
#2MOVEMENT OF mRNA OUT OF THE NUCLEUS
¤mRNA moves out of the nucleus.
¤Through the nuclear pore.
¤Into the cytoplasm.
¤where it attaches to the ribosome.
#3TRANSLATION-using information from mRNA to form protein
¤According to the codons of mRNA.
¤tRNA molecules with matching/complementary anticodons.
¤Bring the required amino acid to the ribosome.
¤To form required protein.
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