So there are particular nucleotides making up the base of RNA..am I correct so far?
Well..I seen something about mRNA (Messenger RNA) and tRNA (Transfer RNA) and it looks like the nucleotides that make up the base of those RNA's are different than "regular" RNA.
Please note..I am not student not very scientific so right now I am trying to get a grip on the basics.
P.S...ALSO what about the amino acid (I think) called 'uracil'? Is that basically a wild card, so to speak that appears in the RNA base? Does it ever occur in the template strand?
Edited by Ryu, 17 June 2013 - 01:17 AM.