Describe the structure of a tRNA molecule?
- Dr Knight M.DLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
This a clover shaped, single strand molecule. It has loops formed from the base pairing of complementary bases. At the top of this molecule there is an anti-codon and at the bottom is an amino acid.Source(s): jk
- 4 years ago
nuclotides. Complimentary sequences in this molecule hydrogen bond with each other causing the molecule to fold upon itself into the general shape of an "L" with a loop that has the anticodon and an exposed 3" end that is the attachment site for an amino acid.
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- 5 years ago
what is the meaning of T loop and D Loop of tRNA?