go through many different processes to be fully developed. Messenger RNA (mRNA), which is located in the cytoplasm (clear
fluid inside cell), travels to the DNA that is located inside the nucleus. DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is like a code.
The mRNA enters the nucleus and copies the DNA's genetic code. This process is called transcription. Next,
the combination of genetic code and RNA travel back through the cytoplasm to a ribosome. Ribosomes are the sites where a cell
produces the proteins. When a ribosome produces proteins, it is called translation. A protein is a large,
complex polymer composed of carbon, hydrogen, and sometimes sulfur. The basic building blocks for proteins are amino acids.
Amino acids are in various combinations that make thousands of different proteins. Proteins make characteristics
in your body.