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.
Which of the following statements regarding translation is true?
A. During peptide bond formation, the amino acids attached to the tRNA in the P site are covalently joined to the E site amino acid.
B. During codon recognition, the incoming tRNA anticodon base-pairs with the mRNA codon in the P site.
C. After translocation, the tRNA which had been in the P site is now in the A site.
D. mRNA is translated in the 5' to 3' direction, while the protein is synthesized in the N-terminal to C-terminal direction.
E. Polyribosomes are ribosomes that are associated with more than one mRNA.
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