Central Dogma of Bilolgy
Dear year 10....
what does 'central dogma' mean?
Central Dogma is the considered the central study of biology because proteins are everything. They allow life to occur. Through Central Dogma, life is allowed to continue through evolution and the adaption of genetics.
Post translation l-modification: there are these little introns on the mRNA (messenger RNA), pesky little things really, which are cut out in the modifying stage.
Translation: The little mRNA strand travels outside of the nucleus (the DNA's hub) and into the cytoplasm to meet up with a ribosome. tRNA (transfer RNA) is then translated into amino acids to form one long polypeptide chain. 3 bases of the tRNA code for one amino acid.