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Post by 09MillerLr » Thu Mar 09, 2006 10:19 pm

??? HELP

There is one (blank)?? codon and three (blank)?? codons that specify the beginning and end of a protein chain.

fill in blank
please
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Post by canalon » Thu Mar 09, 2006 11:05 pm

read your textbook, the answer is there. You can even look it up in the codon/amino acid table.
Hint: both words start with S.
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Post by 09MillerLr » Thu Mar 09, 2006 11:31 pm

Canalon wrote:read your textbook, the answer is there. You can even look it up in the codon/amino acid table.
Hint: both words start with S.


That is why im asking duh bc, i don't know (hello)
and maybe i don't have the text book with me..
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Post by kiekyon » Fri Mar 10, 2006 3:05 am

u don't need the textbook for this question actually..

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Post by canalon » Fri Mar 10, 2006 3:24 am

No, he has access to our tutorial so he can find it here. But I have the nasty feeling that reading is not exactly 09MillerLr favourite past time.

OK let me say that one more time loud and clear:
WE DON'T DO YOUR HOMEWORK FOR YOU!
we may explain and clarify, discuss point of view. but NOT PROVIDE answers. It's yours to do your research. And this one is really of the easy kind, so please don't try to tell me that you can't find. We are talking about plain english word, not scientific lingo here.
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Post by 09MillerLr » Sat Mar 11, 2006 7:01 pm

Canalon wrote:No, he has access to our tutorial so he can find it here. But I have the nasty feeling that reading is not exactly 09MillerLr favourite past time.

OK let me say that one more time loud and clear:
WE DON'T DO YOUR HOMEWORK FOR YOU!
we may explain and clarify, discuss point of view. but NOT PROVIDE answers. It's yours to do your research. And this one is really of the easy kind, so please don't try to tell me that you can't find. We are talking about plain english word, not scientific lingo here.


yeah and like i said before i don't have my book.. why would i ask if i didn't know it...yeah and whatever the 09MillerLr hello thats fore school... by the way grow up
let me repeat that
GROW UP
GROW UP
you mispelled favorite

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Post by MrMistery » Sat Mar 11, 2006 8:12 pm

http://www.mun.ca/biology/scarr/MGA2-03-28.jpg

It took me 15 whole seconds to find this with google. Now do something for yourself! Interpret it!

PS: Homework is given not to test wether you can or can not read your textbook, it is given to see if you know and understand the notion. So, i stringly advise studying and learning first, and writing second
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Post by canalon » Sat Mar 11, 2006 9:12 pm

09MillerLr wrote:yeah and like i said before i don't have my book.. why would i ask if i didn't know it...yeah and whatever the 09MillerLr hello thats fore school... by the way grow up
let me repeat that
GROW UP
GROW UP
you mispelled favorite


Yeah Kiddo, give me lesson of maturity when you are not even able to acknowledge your own lazyness. :evil: You have tutorial, the whole web and a brain at your disposal, and you are not even able to figsure out the most basic answer, there is something wrong with you, not with me.

As for mispelling iwould add 3 things:
1- It's not polite to correct people on their spelling, and even more when it doesn't change the meaning on the sentence.
2- Not everybody is a native english speaker on this forum, so you better get used to some spelling mistake if you surf the web.
3- Your spelling is nor perfect if I refer to your posts above

And last and not least: This is the correct spelling in british english...

And.... Plonk
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Post by 09MillerLr » Mon Mar 13, 2006 11:38 pm

Canalon wrote:read your textbook, the answer is there. You can even look it up in the codon/amino acid table.
Hint: both words start with S.


The answer doesn't start with an S
Do you ever know what your talking about
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Post by Poison » Tue Mar 14, 2006 5:21 pm

I'm sure he does. Note that he is a PhD, means much more educated than most of us...
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Post by mith » Tue Mar 14, 2006 6:58 pm

Lol, plonk! I wonder if it's spelt correctly :D
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