1) tRNAs interact with amino acids, attaching them with the participation of enzymes with energy costs, and deliver them to the ribosomes.
2) In accordance with the principle of complementarity, the triplets of two tRNAs are attached to two triplets of mRNA located on the ribosome.
3) A peptide bond is formed between the amino acids attached to the tRNA, the ribosome moves through the mRNA to the next triplet, to which the new tRNA with the amino acid is attached, and so the information is read from the mRNA to its end.
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