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A bricklayer has an assistant who brings bricks to the bricklayer so she can build a wall. What part of translation most closely resembles the assistant's job? What do the bricks represent?

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    It seems like this is not biology, but part of a larger, unspecified context. Repost with the specific context and correct subject heading, so we can help you.

    Thanks for asking.

  • Biology -

    The part of translation that most closely resembles the assistant's job is Ribosomes. The bricks represent amino acids.

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