SCRNA


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SCRNAState Committee on Religious and National Affairs (US State Department; est. 1997)
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8S), 1789 nt (18S), and 3392 nt (25S) Mitochondria and chloroplasts also have their own rRNA sequences that vary in size depending on species tRNA Covalently bind amino There are 20 different transfer RNA acids for delivery to types of tRNA molecules ribosomes for protein (one for each amino acid) synthesis; the with approximate sizes of codon-anticodon 70-90 nt (4S) interaction is critical for translation to occur 7S RNA Only in eukaryotes; 300-400 nt (7S) required as a part of SRP (signal recognition particle) for targeting of ribosomes to the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) for transport of polypeptides into the ER scRNA Only in prokaryotes; 250-400 nt (4.