Transcription and then Translation
Translation and then Transcription
Transcription and then Ionization
Translation and then Polymerization
Translation and then differentiation
A really cool way of rewriting RNA
The atom that carries information to an RNA template
A short lived RNA molecule that carries encoded information, transcribed from DNA.
A chromosome that is only present in prokaryotes and is involved in DNA synthesis
A molecule that has no life and is basically the news reporter of the cellular environment.
A piece of clothing that is placed upon the bipedal legs of human.
A chromosome carrier
A section of DNA that codes for a protein or RNA molecule.
A regulatory sequence
A word that teacher use to confuse the noodles out of people
The synthesis of RNA from a DNA template
The synthesis of proteins from information on a mRNA
The synthesis of polydiester linkages from an exon
The synthesis of brain cells by neurokinetic means
It doesn't, transcription doesn't exist
When RNA polymerase binds to a sigma to create a holoenzyme and the sigma guides the RNA polymerase to certain locations where transcription should begin
Some dude brings a flag and says "Hey! Over here!"
The non-template strand signals to the binding receptor that a phospodiester bond is present and ready for action
The RNA polymerase binds to a coding strand located downstream