Question by N G: What is a product of DNA Translation and how to represent it?
I need to take a picture of a product of DNA translation or tangible representation of it. I can’t use google pics, so that’s why I necessitate an example that I can happen in day-to-day life.For example, for DNA replication, I could stand up beside a copy machine and keep up two congruent sheets of paper. If I can’t get an existent picture of the term, then I need to do something like that for this as well.
Answer by BP
Here’s a good way to represent or at least think of the process of transcription (DNA to RNA) and translation (RNA to protein).Let a textbook stand for DNA. Copy a few pages from it with a copy machine or by impressing neatly by hand to represent mRNA. Hand copy a few sentences from the text into another language (any language) to represent protein (protein has been interpreted from the language of nucleic acids into the language of amino acids
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