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The ribosome functions in the expression of the genetic code from nucleic acid ... The term " ribosome" was proposed by scientist Richard B. Roberts in 1958: ...
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ribosome ( ) n. A minute round particle composed of RNA and protein that is found in the cytoplasm of living cells and serves as the site of assembly
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ribosome an organelle in the cytoplasm of a living cell; ribosomes attach to mRNA and move down it one codon at a time and stop until tRNA brings the
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A ribosome is a small, dense granular particle comprising usually three or four ... The ribosome's enzymatic activity derives from the presence of the rRNA, which ...
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Simple explanation of ribosome in the framework of the history of the Universe ... A ribosome consists of two parts, a larger one and a smaller one, each of which ...
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Ribosome - Definition of Ribosome at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary ... Ribosome Information. Find Free Reference & Encyclopedia Articles Quickly. ...
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Figure 1: Ribosome structure indicating small subunit (A) and large subunit (B) ... A ribosome is an organelle composed of rRNA (synthesized in the nucleolus) and ...
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Ribosome, cell structure that uses genetic instructions transported in ribonucleic acid RNA to link a specific sequence of amino acids into chains...
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Information about ribosome in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. ... ribosome (rb-sm) ... Ribosomes exist in both eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells. ...
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Ribosome summary with 19 pages of encyclopedia entries, essays, summaries, research information, and more. ... Global Motions and Correlations in the Ribosome ...
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The ribosome moves to the next triplet code from 5' to the 3' direction (note arrow on mRNA) ... Introduction to the Ribosome-Endoplasmic Reticulum Unit ...
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In cell biology, a ribosome is an organelle composed of RNA and ribosomal ... A triennial conference is held to discuss the ribosome. ...
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The structure and function of the ribosome are fascinatingly complex. ... The genetic information is delivered to the ribosome by a messenger RNA (mRNA) ...
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Biology4Kids.com! The web site that teaches the basics of biology and life science to everyone! ... The mRNA then combines with the ribosome subunits. ...
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Definition and other additional information on Ribosome from Biology-Online.org dictionary. ... How many amino acids are in the ribosome? ...
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The mRNA travels to a ribosome, where the genetic instructions it carries are ... Amino acids are ferried to the ribosome by so-called transfer RNA (tRNA) molecules. ...
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Once correctly bound, the ribosome can add the amino acid on the tRNA to the ... The ribosome is made up of two parts, called subunits. ...
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The ribosome, both looking at the past and at the future, is a very significant ... If you say you can't get below a ribosome, we're in trouble, right? ...
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Get information, facts, and pictures about ribosome at Encyclopedia.com. ... The ribosome is a large ribonucleoprotein (RNA-protein) complex, roughly 20 to ...
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