Biology Assessment I -- review. What is “Active Transport?” Is energy required? If so, where does it come from?. What does this diagram show? . What are the sequence of steps? Where does this occur (be specific)? What are the cell parts involved?.
Watson and Crick found that each sequence of three bases on the “unzipped” DNA strand coded for a given amino acid, after being translated into RNA.
Look at the following table and the encoded message. Decode the message. What does it say? Remember, if your “reading frame” is off, then the codons will not be correct and you will have a mutation. Note that “Uracil” replaces Thymine in RNA. The other bases are the same as in DNA.