Where Does Transcription Take Place?


DNA transcription is a procedure that entails the transcribing of genetic information from DNA to RNA, and it takes place in the nucleus of the cell. The transcribed DNA message is employed to generate proteins.
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In the nucleus of the cell. If the cell lacks a nucleus, then the mRNA is immediately translated without additional processing. The transcription takes place inside the nucleus. The
Transcription takes place in the cytoplasm (prokaryote) or in the nucleus of the
Transcription takes place where the DNA is - in eukaryotic cells, that is in the nucleus. In prokaryotes, that is in the cytoplasm.
Respiration is a critical physiological process that occurs in all living animals. Without respiration, cells begin to be deprived of vital nutrients and death can result. The function
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For eukaryotic cells transcription takes place in the nucleus, for bacteria and prokaryotic cells transcription takes place in the cytoplasm because they do not have a nucleus.
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