Translation paper model

  1. describe the process of translation initiation, elongation, and termination.
  2.     1.1 initiation: the protein synthesized from the information contained in a molecule of mRNA. The start codon in all mRNA molecules has the sequence AUG and codes for methionine. Next, the large ribosomal subunit binds to form the complete initiation complex.
    1.   elongation: Ribosome holds mRNA and allows complimentary tRNA to attach to binding sites. tRNA binds to ‘P’ site and another tRNA binds to ‘A’ site. The binding causes a change, the amino acid lets go of tRNA and bind to neighbouring amino acids
    2. termination:  which occurs when a stop codon arrives in the ribosomal A-site and is recognized by a trans-acting protein
    3. How did today’s activity to a good job of modelling the process of translation? In what ways was our model inaccurate?                    today activity went well and I understood how does the process of translation works.

Evans syndrome


Mutation Story


Evans syndrome

I am a gene and this is happen to me

is a very rare autoimmune disorder in which the immune system destroys the body’s red blood cells, white blood cells and/or platelets. Affected people often experience thrombocytopenia (too few platelets) and Coombs’ positive hemolytic anemia (premature destruction of red blood cells).


What is the causes Evan syndrome?


Although Evans syndrome seems to be a disorder of immune regulation, the exact pathophysiology is unknown. Autoantibodies targeted at different antigenic determinants on red cells and platelets are assumed to cause isolated episodes of hemolytic anemia and thrombocytopenia, respectively.


What effects did the Evan syndrome have on your host’s body?


The exact, underlying cause of Evans syndrome is unknown. Evans syndrome is an autoimmune disorder. It occurs when the immune system produces antibodies that mistakenly attack healthy tissue, specifically red blood cells, platelets and sometimes certain white blood cells.

How was the Evan syndrome life affected? What was their story?

ymptoms of the following disorders can be similar to those of Evans syndrome. Comparisons may be useful for a differention   diagnosis. Several different disorders may be characterized by the presence of both hemolytic anemia and thrombocytopenia. These disorders include paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH), acquired thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura, hemolytic-uremic syndrome, and Kasabach-Merritt syndrome. (For more information on these disorders, choose the specific disorder name as your searc term in the Rare Disease Database.)





What questions did you need to research in order to create your mutation story?

I research about what affect for Evans syndrome

    What new or familiar digital tools did you try to use as you        worked through this project?

I not sure because I just do by computer and research some information in internet.

What was the process you used to investigate the topic?

I researched Evan syndrome and I used the information that                    Mr. Robinson posted in Edmodo.

How did you verify and cite the information you found?

How did the process of completing this challenge go? What could you have done better?

In my opinion it hard for me because I need to search information about Evan syndrome and it first time did I do this research in an English.

Elements N

The Nitrogen Cycle
The nitrogen cycle, in which atmospheric nitrogen is converted into different organic compounds, is one the most crucial natural processes to sustain living organisms. During the cycle, bacteria in the soil process or “fix” atmospheric nitrogen into ammonia, which plants need in order to grow. Other bacteria convert the ammonia into amino acids and proteins. Then animals eat the plants and consume the protein. Nitrogen compounds return to the soil through animal waste. Bacteria convert the waste nitrogen back to nitrogen gas, which returns to the atmosphere.

In an effort to make crops grow faster, people use nitrogen in fertilizers. However, the excessive use of those fertilizers in agriculture has had devastating consequences for the environment and human health, as it has contributed to the pollution of groundwater and surface waters. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), nutrient pollution caused by excess nitrogen and phosphorus in the air and water, is one of the most widespread, costly and challenging environmental problems.

Facts of Nitrogen

Atomic number (number of protons in the nucleus): 7
Atomic symbol (on the Periodic Table of Elements): N
Atomic weight (average mass of the atom): 14.0067
Density: 0.0012506 grams per cubic centimeter
Phase at room temperature: Gas
Melting point: minus 321 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 210 degrees Celsius)
Boiling point: minus 320.42 F (minus 195.79 C)
Number of isotopes (atoms of the same element with a different number of neutrons): 16 including 2 stable ones
Most common isotopes: Nitrogen-14 (Abundance: 99.63 percent)

Matter matter (Science9)

1.A) some concepts it not clear to explain about matter

1) Define
A) in mind opinion I think it concept it hard to understand for me and some ting it not clear

B) it tell about chemical and matter

C) you need the make concept clear and beautiful world

2) Dream
I think we need to teach easy for understands and technology good and blog interesting

3). Design and deliver

I think we need to make blog interesting pictures,mind map

4) Debrief

I need to read information. I have to ask or read comeplet. I need to do 100% correct and recheck again

B) it concept about matter

C)  The matter will mix together by chemical

2) I think we need to teach easy for understands and technology good

3)I think we need to make blog interesti
4)I need to read information. I have to ask or read comeplet. I need to do 100% correct and recheck .again