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you cant hang around here....unless...

 

answer this...

 

What is a ribosome? What does it do?

 

correct answer will get you: nothing much. you actually dont have to answer this at all. where am i? thats right. huggable boxing bears. thanks.

 

hi.

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Guest willy.wonka

hahhahahahahaahaha

 

try to get 1000 posts in a month!!!i did.

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Originally posted by Kr430n5_666

you cant hang around here....unless...

 

answer this...

 

What is a ribosome? What does it do?

 

correct answer will get you: nothing much. you actually dont have to answer this at all. where am i? thats right. huggable boxing bears. thanks.

 

hi.

 

Main Entry: ri·bo·some

Pronunciation: 'rI-b&-"sOm

Function: noun

Date: 1958

: any of the RNA-rich cytoplasmic granules that are sites of protein synthesis

 

ribosomes provide the structural site where the mRNA sits. The amino acids for the proteins are carried to the site by "transfer RNAs,". In the cartoon to the left, these are shown as blue molecules. Each transfer RNA (tRNA) has a nucleotide triplet which binds to the complementary sequence on the mRNA (see the three letters at the bottom of each molecule).

The tRNA carries the amino acid at its opposite end. One can trace and detect binding of a particular tRNA-amino acid complex to the mRNA by labeling that amino acid. It will bind to its tRNA. In the case to the left, Phenylalanine is bound to the tRNA which carries the complementary base code AAA (adenine-adenine-adenine). This triplet code would bind to the complementary sequence on mRNA UUU (uracil X3). The mRNA is shown as a green arrow. This cartoon shows the selective binding site on the mRNA which is attached in the ribosome. It also shows the tRNA carrying the Phenylalanine bound at the site In this particular assay which uses a polyuracil mRNA, only phenylalanine-bearing tRNA is bound and detected on the filter.

 

 

 

i cheated.

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Re: hahhahahahahaahaha

 

Originally posted by willy.wonka

try to get 1000 posts in a month!!!i did.

 

i can atest to that!

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Guest ctrl+alt+del

i got a blister on my thumb from scraping wallpaper.

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Guest MR BOJANGLES

hey, i like this guy. he didnt come off like a dumbass! wassssuppppppppppp!

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Originally posted by -Rage-

I must agree with both Shameless and Bojangles.

 

You have my utmost respect Fro.

 

here,here

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Guest MR BOJANGLES

subtle coolness is the key...many cant grasp it. ...welcome.:king:

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hi i should be known as UnImportantOne

but other than that welcome

glad to see that channelzero was your 1st stop

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i have a scar on my knee from when i was trying a 360flip and the nose popped up and cut me , it hurt

 

hi

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