Might somebody please test to see if my answer under is appropriate? Thanks!
Sections of the gene sequence are separated by the codon CND, like under:
The underlined elements are the proteins concerned. The primary underlined half is the protein doing the motion(the primary protein talked about) whereas the second underlined half is the protein being acted upon(the second protein talked about). I’ve color-coded the underlined elements to distinguish between proteins.
The opposite sections are the actions performed. As hinted in Dr. Muzabique’s pocket book, the size of the underlined protein sequences impacts the motion sequences. If the primary protein(the performing protein) is lengthy, then the motion sequences will characterize the actions within the command. If the performing protein is brief, then the motion sequences will characterize the actions not within the command.
The motion sequences additionally appear to finish in both NNN or NAN, or a sequence of the 2. I am going to name these sequences “penguins”(as a result of why not) and the opposite a part of an motion sequence the polar bears. This half appears to rely upon the dimensions of the proteins. The third gene output provides us the important thing between the actions and the polar bears. For the motion sequence for setting up(the polar bear is GCATGACATC), it appears that evidently it has N_NN_N because the penguin. It additionally looks like the blanks characterize the primary and second protein lengths, so as, the place it’s A if the protein is brief and N if the protein is lengthy. For the motion sequence for slicing(polar bear: TGCCCACCCC) the penguin is N_N, and is determined by the second protein: whether it is brief then the clean is A, whether it is lengthy then the clean is N. For packing(polar bear: CTTTTCCACT) it’s just like the slicing penguin besides it is determined by the primary protein.