The translation process is the synthesis of the corresponding amino acid sequence of the gene to be expressed based on the information contained in the transcribed mRNA.
During which stage of eukaryotic translation do the following processes take place?
1. Hydrolysis of the bond between the amino acid and the tRNA in the P site.
2. The small ribosomal subunit and tRNA binds the 5' cap of mRNA.
3. Aminoacyl tRNA anticodon base pair with complementary mRNA codon in the A site
A. 1-termination; 2-initiation; 3-elongation
B. 1-initiation; 2-elongation; 3-termination
C. 1-elongation; 2-termination; 3-initiation
D. 1-initiation; 2-termination; 3-elongation
E. 1-termination; 2-elongation; 3-initiation
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