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Protein Production: A Simple Summary of Transcription and Translation

Afbeelding: An overview of the two stages of protein production: Transcription and Translation. Like so many things in Biology, these processes are both wonderfully simple and stunningly intricate.

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#womensworkout #workout #femalefitness Repin and share if this workout turned your fat to muscle! Click the pin for the full workout.

#womensworkout #workout #femalefitness Repin and share if this workout turned your fat to muscle! Click the pin for the full workout.

Credit: Sandy Rabinowitz TheseThese illustrations show a cross section of the horse's torso between his shoulder blades. The left illustration depicts the torso and withers dropped. The right illustration shows the torso and withers lifted. Note the different in the top line.

Credit: Sandy Rabinowitz TheseThese illustrations show a cross section of the horse's torso between his shoulder blades. The left illustration depicts the torso and withers dropped. The right illustration shows the torso and withers lifted. Note the different in the top line.

Credit: Sandy Rabinowitz Imagine a horse as he stands in his stall and looks expectantly into his feed bucket. He shapes his neck in an arch and there’s an element of reach in his stance. That’s the look of a horse that is “stepping through the poll.” When the horse is truly “stepping through the poll,” he allows the aids to travel through the neck and jaw.

Credit: Sandy Rabinowitz Imagine a horse as he stands in his stall and looks expectantly into his feed bucket. He shapes his neck in an arch and there’s an element of reach in his stance. That’s the look of a horse that is “stepping through the poll.” When the horse is truly “stepping through the poll,” he allows the aids to travel through the neck and jaw.