How is Prokaryotic Transcription process different in eukaryotes?
Differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic transcription:
|Prokaryotic Transcription||Eukaryotic Transcription|
|1. It occurs in the cytoplasm||1. It occurs in the nucleus.|
|2. There is no specific period for prokaryotic transcription to occur.||2. It occurs in the G1 and G2 phases.|
|3. Products of transcription become effective in situ.||3. Transcription products come out of the nucleus for functioning in the cytoplasm.|
|4. mRNA is generally polycistronic||4. mRNA is generally monocistronic.|
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