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11 June, 13:29

Which nucleic acid moves the code for protein synthesis form the nucleus to the ribosomes? dRNA tRNA rRNA mRNA

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  1. 11 June, 15:27
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    The answer is; mRNA

    The m stands for messenger, intuitively named because the RNA acts as a messenger by taking a message from the nucleus and taking it to the factory (ribosome), for which an end product is made based on this information
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