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What makes up part of the ribosome?

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The part of the cell that assembles ribosomes is the nucleolus. The nucleolus is located inside of the nucleus. The part of the cell that assembles ribosomes is the nucleolus. The nucleolus is located inside of the nucleus. read more

For mammals the 80 S ribosome has a mass of 4.2 million Daltons [the size of a Dalton is just about the same size as the mass of an average small Atom] and consists of 60% Rna. The 80 S ribosome dissociates into the 60 S subunit - made from a 28 S [4718 bases] Rna, and a 5.8 S [160 bases] Rna, and a 5 S [120 bases] Rna. read more

The ribosome is made up of two parts, called subunits. The larger of the two subunits is where the amino acids get added to the growing protein chain. The small subunit is where the mRNA binds and is decoded. Each of the subunits is made up of both protein and ribonucleic acid (RNA) components. read more

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