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protein synthesis - from mRNA to protein - chemguide
Translating the code into an actual protein chain is complicated by the fact that individual amino acids won't interact with the messenger RNA chain. The amino acids have to be carried to the messenger RNA by another type of RNA known as transfer RNA - abbreviated to tRNA (as opposed to mRNA for messenger RNA).
Translocation of tRNA during protein synthesis - …
It is important to note that the tRNA is reused and collects another specific amino acid. Once the protein has been mRNA may move to another ribosome to make a further protein or it can be broken down into free nucleotides to be reused.
Function of tRNA in protein synthesis? | Yahoo Answers
Once in the cytoplasm, mRNA strands attach to ribosomes, on which translation occurs. In biology, translation is the conversion of the linear message encoded on mRNA to a linear strand of amino acids to form a polypeptide, or a protein. (A is two or more amino acids linked by a peptide bond).
What Are the Functions of mRNA & tRNA? | Sciencing
Messenger RNA (mRNA) is a mature, copy of a gene that describes the exact sequence in which amino acids should be bonded together to form a protein. Transfer RNA (tRNA) molecules are responsible for picking up particular amino acids and transferring them to the ribosomes for assembly into polypeptides. Each tRNA molecule contains a triplet nucleotide sequence that can base-pair with a codon on the mRNA. This triplet nucleotide sequence on tRNA that is complementary to the codon of mRNA is called an anticodon. Ribosomal RNA (rRNA) is used in the manufacture of ribosomes where mRNA and tRNA come together in the synthesis of proteins.