Compare & contrast replication,transcription, & translation, Biology

Compare and contrast replication, transcription, and translation based on the following criteria.






1.  template used




2.  direction of synthesis




3.  protein/ enzyme


  a.  Initiation

  b.  Elongation

  c.  termination




4.    products








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