Transcription, translation, replication, and protein synthesis-how are they related and what do they do?

anything you know about this helps....I haven't been paying attention in Bio. RIP me!

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Jun 26, 2018

Please go through this answer on same topic.


What you want to know is generally put together in central dogma of biology as you may see here below:



  • DNA is double stranded and stores genetic information which can replicate.
  • Genetic information is transferred from a strand of DNA to single stranded RNA by the process of transcription.
  • RNA strand is read by cellular organelle ribosomes to produce protein by the process called translation.

All the three processes are enzyme dependent.