Question: QUESTION 3 The existence of wobble base pairs explains O why tRNAs are the shortest RNA molecules…


QUESTION 3 The existence of wobble base pairs explains O why tRNAs are the shortest RNA molecules of all why there is a need for one specific tRNA for every codon encoded in the RNA why mRNA molecules must contain specific start and stop codons why a single tRNA can sometimes recognize up to three different codons in the mRNA why multiple tRNAs are able to recognize the same codon on the mRNA Owhy tRNAs must contain the CCA sequence at their 5 end QUESTION 4 , an identical stretch of end, and RNAs exhibit allow the correct amino acid to be attached to it and aligned with the appropriate codon in the mRNA at the- sequences that shared secondary and tertiary overall structures, 4 nucleotides, 5, shared nucleotide unique tertiary structures, 4 nucleotides, 5, unique identifying nucleotide shared secondary and tertiary overall structures, 3 nucleotides, 3, unique identifying nucleotide unique tertiary structures, 4 nucleotides, 3, unique identifying nucleotide shared secondary and tertiary overall structures, 4 nucleotides, 3, shared nucleotide shared secondary and tertiary overall structures, 3 nucleotides, 5, unique identifying nucleotide

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QUESTION 3 The existence of wobble base pairs explains O why tRNAs are the shortest RNA molecules of all why there is a need for one specific tRNA for every codon encoded in the RNA why mRNA molecules must contain specific start and stop codons why a single tRNA can sometimes recognize up to three different codons in the mRNA why multiple tRNAs are able to recognize the same codon on the mRNA Owhy tRNAs must contain the CCA sequence at their 5 end QUESTION 4 , an identical stretch of end, and RNAs exhibit allow the correct amino acid to be attached to it and aligned with the appropriate codon in the mRNA at the- sequences that shared secondary and tertiary overall structures, 4 nucleotides, 5', shared nucleotide unique tertiary structures, 4 nucleotides, 5', unique identifying nucleotide shared secondary and tertiary overall structures, 3 nucleotides, 3', unique identifying nucleotide unique tertiary structures, 4 nucleotides, 3, unique identifying nucleotide shared secondary and tertiary overall structures, 4 nucleotides, 3, shared nucleotide shared secondary and tertiary overall structures, 3 nucleotides, 5, unique identifying nucleotide

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