Nucleic acids are simple molecules that play an important role in the storage and transfer of all genetic material. In a way, they serve as the genetic blueprints for all cells and viruses.
In this course, students will learn about the two basic structures of nucleic acids, DNA and RNA. Though they have a similar structure, their functions are very different. The course material will guide students through replication, transcription, and translation—important mechanisms that allow cells to replicate their genetic material, create an RNA transcript, and subsequently translate that RNA transcript into usable proteins. It will also cover high-yield DNA topics such as ATGC base-pairing, DNA replication enzymes, cross-linking helix structures, and common ways DNA can be damaged or mutated. The course goes on to cover protein synthesis in great detail, and students will become familiar with ribosomes, translation complexes, and using the genetic code table to translate RNA transcripts into amino acids chains using codons.
Beautiful and very good explanation . easy slides. thankyou. study matter also provided
Good explanation. Pretty bad diagram. Animation probably would work better.
Explains it completely from the start to the end , everything is clear and simple . The structure is very easy to understand.
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