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What is the last step in transcription



A. RNA leaves the DNA molecule and DNA rezips
B. RNA molecules move out of the nucleus into the cytoplasm
C. DNA is duplicated
D. The tRNA leaves the ribosome and moves down the mRNA and a new tRNA moves into position

This question is part of Bio 3 exam translation, dna replication, transciption
Asked by Eamcanelly, Last updated: May 15, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Mar 07, 2017

RNA molecules move out of the nucleus into the cytoplasm
 

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