The sequence of three nucleotides on tRNA that pairs with a codon of mRNA at the A site of a ribosome during translation.
A triplet of nucleotides in a tRNA molecule that associates by complementary base pairing with a specific codon in the mRNA during translation, and specifies the placement of a particular amino acid during translation.
The triplet of contiguous bases on tRNA that binds to the codon sequence of nucleotides on mRNA. For example the GGG anticodon of a tRNA molecule recognizes the CCC codon on the mRNA (which codes for glycine) and places a glycine residue at that position in the growing polypeptide chain.
series of three nucleotidesin tRNA molecules that are complementary to the codons in mRNAs. Specific amino acids are attached to tRNAs depending on their anticodon sequence.
A "triplet" of three nucleotides in transfer RNA that is able to pair with a complementary triplet (a codon) in messenger RNA, thus aligning the transfer RNA on the proper place on the messenger. The codon (and, reciprocally, the anticodon) codes for a specific amino acid.
Sequence of three nucleotides in a transfer RNA molecule that is complementary to the three-nucleotide codon on a messenger RNA molecule; the anticodon is matched to a specific
on the tRNA, a complementary three nucleotide site which recognizes and binds to a specific codon on the mRNA during protein synthesis.
3 bases on tRNA complementary to mRNA codon.
the complementary codon present on a tRNA molecule.
a set of three tRNA nucleotides that binds to the codon
The sequence of three adjacent nucleotides in a tRNA molecule that is complementary to a codon on mRNA.
A triplet of bases in a tRNA molecule that can base pair with a complementary triplet of bases in an mRNA molecule during the process of protein synthesis. Each tRNA is capable of carrying the amino acid that corresponds to the codon to which that tRNA can base pair. Thus, tRNA's are responsible for decoding the amino acid sequence specified by an mRNA based upon the specificity of the codon-anticodon interaction.
a set of three bases that lie at one end of the folded structure of tRNAs
a unit made up of nucleotides that plays an important role in various DNA cycles, including DNA transcription
a unit made up of three nucleotides which play an important role in various dna cycles, including
A sequence of three bases in a molecule of transfer RNA (tRNA) that binds to a complementary codon in messenger RNA (mRNA). Each anticodon designates a specific amino acid to be added to a growing polypeptide.
Triplet of nucleotide bases (codon) in transfer RNA that pairs with (is complementary to) a triplet in messenger RNA.
AN-ti-ko-don A three-base sequence on one loop of a transfer RNA molecule that is complementary to an mRNA codon and joins an amino acid and its mRNA instructions. 329
A sequence of three nucleotides in a transfer RNA (tRNA), that codes for an amino acid. The anticodon is important for protein synthesis.
The three bases in a tRNA that are complementary to those in the codon of the mRNA.
The 3-base sequence of a tRNA that base-pairs with the mRNA codon to effect translation of the mRNA into polypeptide sequence.
Sequence of three nucleotides in a tRNA that is complementary to a codon in an mRNA. During protein synthesis, base pairing between a codon and anticodon aligns the tRNA carrying the corresponding amino acid for addition to the growing peptide chain.
The triplet of nucleotides, at positions 34-36 in a tRNA molecule, that form base pairs with a codon in an mRNA molecule.
A sequence of three nucleotides on the transfer RNA molecule that recognizes and pairs with a specific codon on a messenger RNA molecule; helps control the sequence of amino acids in a growing polypeptide chain. PICTURE
the three nucleotide region of a tRNA that base pairs with the codon on mRNA during protein synthesis.
A triplet of bases in transfer RNA complementary to the codon.
Nucleotide base triplet in a transfer RNA molecule that pairs with a complementary base triplet, or codon, in a messenger RNA molecule
a specific three-nucleotide sequence in transfer RNA that is complementary to a codon (a three-nucleotide sequence in messenger RNA) that specifies an amino acid in protein synthesis. When a codon and anticodon bond (because they are complementary strands) the amino acid attached to the transfer RNA is able to connect to the growing amino acid strand, which eventually forms a protein. [Source: Biotechnology Industry Organization, www.bio.org
A 3-base sequence in a tRNA molecule that base-pairs with its complementary codon in an mRNA molecule.
A nucleotide triplet in a tRNA molecule that aligns with a particular codon in mRNA under the influence of the ribosome so that the amino acid carried by the tRNA is inserted in a growing protein chain.
Three nucleotides in transfer RNA that are complementary to the three bases of a specific codon in messenger RNA.
A sequence of 3 letters found on TRNA that pairs with the codon of MRNA.
Three nitrogenous bases on a tRNA molecule that interact with an appropriate codon on a strand of mRNA.
A triplet of nucleotide bases in transfer RNA that identifies the amino acid carried and binds to a complementary codon in messenger RNA during protein synthesis at the ribosome.
Three-nucleotide sequence in tRNA able to base-pair with complementary codon in mRNA during protein synthesis
The complementary triplet of the tRNA molecule which binds to it with a particular amino acid.
A sequence on the tRNA that is complementary to a codon on the mRNA.