Although a bit of a pfaff cutting things out, this resource can be laminated for future use. I've found this invaluable for demonstrating how mRNA is translated into a protein. Students can make the link between tRNA antocodons being specific for the amino acid they carry, and the process of translation at the ribosome. I asked one class to do this as a stop-frame animation, resulting in a lovely film they could keep to remember the process. Best printed A3 and then laminated unless you LOVE cutting teeny things out. I've uploaded a film made by one of my students so you can see how it will look. Enjoy!!
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