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Teaching Translation of RNA to protein

Translation of RNA to protein

Translation is the second part of the central dogma of molecular biology: RNA → Protein. It is the process in which the genetic code in mRNA is read, one codon at a time, to make a protein.

CK-12 (High School)

ESSENTIAL QUESTION:

How does the information in mRNA get translated into a language that ribosomes can read and use to build proteins?
STANDARDS:
RST.4 - Key Terms

DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE (DOK) LEVELS:

2,3
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