what does CTT change to in the mRNA codon and tRNA anticodon?

i know c--> G

but what does t--->?

in mRNA

basically what does CTT change into mRNA an then tRNA? i'm very confused

3 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    CTT changes to GAA. in RNA, it is c=g and a=u. the T's would still pair up with A's. in tRNA, it would be CUU because the a now pairs with a U. U (uracil) is chemically similar to T (thymine). the amino acid carried by a tRNA molecule with and anticodon is Leucine.

    following the path of a T can be confusing, but remember, if you see a T in DNA, it will be an A in mRNA and a U in tRNA and if you see an A in DNA it will be a U in mRNA and remain an A in tRNA. C and G don't change into other nucleotides.

    Source(s): my bio textbook
  • aashis
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    For the stairs in protein biosynthesis, circulate to the hyperlink. The deletion or addition of one base would throw off the examining physique, ensuing in diverse amino acids after that element (a so-called physique shift mutation). A substitution at one nucleotide ought to offer a diverse amino acid in that place or, using fact the DNA code is redundant, in all hazard no substitute in amino acid.

  • 1 decade ago

    T --> A --> U

    CTT --> GAA --> CUU

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