What is the structure of mRNA, tRNA, and rRNA?
- DNAunionLv 77 years agoBest Answer
tRNA is the easiest.
In 2 dimensions a tRNA molecule looks like a cloverleaf.
In 3 dimensions a tRNA molecule looks lik a capital letter L.
mRNA is usually described as being linear. However, mRNA may form loops, with the two end joining, instead. And no, I am not referring to internal stem loops - I mean the whole molecule.
I have no idea what the structure of rRNA is.
- Anonymous7 years ago
This page is fairly short to read and will probably answer your questions.
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