Why Is RNA Necessary to Act as a Messenger Why Can't the Code Be Taken Directly from the DNA?

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A RNA is necessary to act as a messenger because if the entire DNA strand was sent out there would be no way to attach the free amino acids onto the oragnelle. The strand would not be able to replicate.
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Because there's one copy of the gene in DNA (2 for diploid species including humans) It would take a LONG time to make an appreciable amount of protein from two copies of the gene
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Because DNA cannot leave the nucleus. RNA can leave the nucleus to deliver the genetic codons to the ribosome.
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Because there's one copy of the gene in DNA (2 for diploid species including humans) It would take a LONG time to make an appreciable amount of protein from two copies of the gene
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Compartmentalization; the molecules and enzymes etc. require different conditions for optimum performance. Also, keeps your DNA away from foreign ones trying to worm thier way in.
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RNA messaging can also be called messenger RNA or mRNA. It is a part of the RNA family of molecules that can convey genetic information from DNA where they specify ...
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