Messenger RNA is one form of RNA that functions in encoding the message coming from the DNA to form proteins. It then transports the gathered data into the cell where proteins are assembled and generated.What is an example of messenger RNA?
One examples of RNA is ‘messenger RNA’. This is synthesised in the nucleus using the DNA as a template. This leaves the nucleus through the pores and goes on to the translation process to make proteins. Another example is Transfer RNA, tRNA.What is the RNA's messenger function?
Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) is a nucleic acid present in all living cells and acts as a messenger carrying instructions from DNA for controlling the synthesis of proteins . In viruses, RNA and DNA can carry information.What is difference between messenger RNA and treansfer RNA?
Messenger RNA (mRNA) are the simple strands of DNA sequence and stores genetic codes in it whereas, transfer RNA (tRNA) are complex and looped structure . Another difference is that messenger RNA (mRNA) is found in the nucleus and cytoplasm of cell whereas, transfer RNA (tRNA) is found only in the cytoplasm.