@Gehad17 wow!!! That's cool! Then, can I ask one more? What does ER Lumen(?) Mean? I'm studying plant biology now and I'm in transcription and translation session. I thought I know all about DNA transcription and translation but I cant understand this sentence "when translation restart, polypeptide are going to ER LUMEN" ...!! I dont even know is it right spelling or not. because there is only Korean in this book. huhu So, LUMEN is some kind of.. Step? Im so confusing huhu
sure of course 😊 sorry for being late 😅, Luman is the the cavity inside the ER , you know the test tube you are using when it is empty this emptiness is called luman. , ER is endoplasmic reticulum which is an organelles in cells it's involved in protein formation because is contains the ribosomes which is Important in DNA formation and here am talking about the rough endoplasmic reticulum not the smooth endoplasmic reticulum. ask me any thing you want in this field I did a search about it before so I can help . sorry again for being late 😢
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