Gene Expression Simplified – General Biology – Transcription & Translation – Protein Synthesis

Biology Professor Dr. Jory Basso simplifies Gene Expression – Transcription & Translation – Protein Synthesis (also known as the central Dogma). If you are taking general biology than this will help you! One of the COOLEST topics in Biology 🙂 A lecture from his general biology class at Southern California University of Health Sciences (SCUHS) He covers the creation of mRNA in the nucleus from DNA (transcription) and the export of mRNA into the cytoplasm where translation occurs at the ribosome. Ribosomes are the site of protein synthesis. He covers the 3 types of RNA: tRNA, mRNA, rRNA. Start and stop codons, amino acids, primary polypeptides, exons, introns. Initiation, elongation and termination. Get your Biology ON! 🙂

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