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*  Polymer - New World Encyclopedia
ribosomal RNA (rRNA): rRNA molecules are part of cellular structures called ribosomes, which function as "workbenches" on which ... RNA (ribonucleic acid). There are different types of RNA that carry out different functions. Examples include: *messenger RNA ( ... RNA. References. *Budinski, Kenneth G., and Michael K. Budinski. Engineering Materials: Properties and Selection, 7th Ed, 2002 ... They include starch, proteins, peptides, DNA, and RNA. Their monomer units are sugars, amino acids (for proteins and peptides ...
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*  Biochemistry - New World Encyclopedia
Other classes of RNA molecules, such as transfer RNA, ribosomal RNA, and small nuclear RNA, perform other functions. The ... One class of RNA molecules, known as messenger RNAs, pick up genetic information from DNA and serve as templates from which ... Some RNA molecules (particularly in the class known as transfer RNAs) also contain a variety of unusual bases. ... Both DNA and RNA contain the bases known as adenine, cytosine, and guanine. In addition, DNA contains the base thymine, whereas ...
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*  Ribosomal RNA - New World Encyclopedia
Ribosomal RNA (rRNA) is a type of non-coding ribonucleic acid (RNA) that is a primary and permanent component of ribosomes, the ... 5S rRNA is transcribed by RNA polymerase III.. The tertiary structure of the small subunit ribosomal RNA (SSU rRNA) has been ... is composed of ribosomal RNA and protein. It is at the site of the ribosome that messenger RNA's (mRNA) code for linking amino ... Ribosomal RNA. Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. Retrieved October 4, 2008.. *Smit, S., J. Widmann, and R. Knight. 2007. ...
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*  Category:Life sciences - New World Encyclopedia
Ribosomal RNA. *Ribosome. *Ribozyme. *Ricin. *Rickets. *Joseph Harvey Riley. *RNA. *Rod cell ...
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*  DNA - New World Encyclopedia
This occurs mostly on structural and enzymatic RNAs like transfer RNAs and ribosomal RNA.[22] ... This RNA copy is then decoded by a ribosome that reads the RNA sequence by base-pairing the messenger RNA to transfer RNA, ... One proposal is that antisense RNAs are involved in regulating gene expression through RNA-RNA base pairing.[31] ... RNA-dependent DNA polymerases are a specialized class of polymerases that copy the sequence of an RNA strand into DNA. They ...
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