The line below represents a mature eukaryotic mRNA. The accompanying list contains many sequences or structures that may or may not be a part of mature eukaryotic mRNA. As accurately as you can, show the location, on the line, of the sequences or structures that belong on the eukaryotic mRNA; then separately list the items that are not part of eukaryotic mature mRNA.5’____________________________________________________3’A-stop codon  B-poly-A tail  C- intron  D- 3’UTR  E-promoterF- start codonG- AAUAAAH- 5’ UTRI- 5’ capJ- Termination sequence

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The line below represents a mature eukaryotic mRNA. The accompanying list contains many sequences or structures that may or may not be a part of mature eukaryotic mRNA. As accurately as you can, show the location, on the line, of the sequences or structures that belong on the eukaryotic mRNA; then separately list the items that are not part of eukaryotic mature mRNA.

5’____________________________________________________3’

A-stop codon  

B-poly-A tail  

C- intron  

D- 3’UTR  

E-promoter

F- start codon

G- AAUAAA

H- 5’ UTR

I- 5’ cap

J- Termination sequence

 

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Mature-messenger RNA often abbreviated as mature mRNA is a eukaryotic RNA transcript that has been spliced and processed and is ready for tr...

CODING REGION
z'UTR
AAAAAAA
POLY A-TAIL
TERMINATION
SEQUENCE)
s' CAP
AAUAAA
5'UTR
START CODON
STOP CODON
RNA
MATURE
MESSANGER
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CODING REGION z'UTR AAAAAAA POLY A-TAIL TERMINATION SEQUENCE) s' CAP AAUAAA 5'UTR START CODON STOP CODON RNA MATURE MESSANGER

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