RNA is very similar to DNA in ribonucleic acid. RNA is usually a single strand (and not DNA double-stranded helix). The nucleus, adenine, guanine, and cytosine are the same. Instead, there’s a different compound called uracil, but there’s no thymine present in RNA. Well, you need to take DNA Coloring Transcription and Translation Activity.
The mechanism by which DNA is generated is transcription. Transcription It takes place in the heart. Mark the x box in it with the word TRANSCRIPTION near the nucleus and proceed to color the bases according to the following code. Paint the DNA blue strand (D) and RNA blue (R) strand. Atomic membrane (E) color brown. Just take DNA Coloring Transcription and Translation Activity.
In the cytoplasm, especially on ribosomes, translation occurs. The mRNA in the nucleus travels to the ribosome in order to convey the DNA message. This message is converted here in the ribosome into a sequence of amino acid. Paint the light-green (Y) ribosome and see how the RNA strand thread is assembled in a bandage, as well as amino acids through the ribosome. The RNA strand should also be light blue as colored in the nucleus of the translation region. Mark the X box in the word TRANSLATION translation field.
Another RNA type called Transfer RNA (F), which is used to transfer the amino acids to the protein synthesis site on the ribosome, will be essential for the translation process. TRNA Red color A tRNA has two key areas. The anticodon matches the RNA strand of a codon. Note that codons are three bases coding for a single amino acid. Make sure that the anticodon bases are the same color as the DNA and RNA bases— they are the same molecules.
The amino acids are on top of the tRNA. Well, what do you waiting for? we need you for quick with DNA Coloring Transcription and Translation Activity.