Question #05bf4

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Jan 18, 2018

Answer:

tRNA is a type of RNA which decodes mRNA sequence into protein.

Explanation:

  1. tRNA stands for Transfer Ribonucleic acid .

  2. Its model is known as the cloverleaf model.

  3. It has 5 arms or loops.

  4. Also known as s-RNA (Soluble RNA).

  5. Helps in process of translation, which occurs in the cytoplasm.

  6. When amino acids get attached to tRNA it is said to be activated or charge tRNA. It takes amino acids & gets attached to rRNA as to decode mRNA sequence into protein.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transfer_RNA

Process of translation

https://josephbonello.com/how-genes-direct-the-production-of-polypeptides/