Video: From DNA to Protein


DNA is expressed and put into action through proteins. These proteins are involved in structural support and they also act as enzymes. Enzymes are involved in all of the chemical reactions that happen in the body. In this lecture, I first talk about the relationship between DNA and Protein and how this relationship leads to all of the traits that an organism expresses. I then go into the differences between DNA and RNA.

Transcription is the process that results in the production of mRNA. Translation ultimately results in the production of proteins. Understanding these to processes is essential to our understanding of how DNA is the Blueprint of Life.

This is part Chapter 11 in the textbook Biology: The Dynamics of Life, which is the chapter on DNA and Genes.


  • Genes and Proteins
  • RNA and its functions
  • Transcription
  • Tranlation

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  3. Hi Leslie! First and foremost, I want to tell you how much I appreciate your videos and lectures. You have made learning about Biology fun! Your sight is the first I visit to gain a better understanding of whatever it is that I am learning. God has blessed you with an amazing talent to teach. Keep up all of your great work!
    Second, I am looking to gain a better understanding of transciption and translation. I was trying to pull up the video that you have listed for this, howeve it was not working. Do you still have this video available? Thank you so much.
    Sadie Adams

  4. Hi Sadie,

    First off, thank you for your compliment. I really appreciate it.

    Sorry about that, I was doing some work on the backend of my site and that turned off the video. I’ve fixed it and you should be able to watch it now.

    All the best!

  5. Hey thank you so much,I know most teachers don’t approve of cramming a day before a test but they haven’t come across your website. I only one problem i cant seem to view your video on DNA to protein. PLEASE HELP
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  6. Hi, I have just emailed about the mutations video which I can’t open on my laptop and the same has happened on all the other videos in the ‘genetics’ section on this site. I’m not sure whether it’s a problem on my laptop or that the videos are not uploaded properly? I just get a load of script at the top of the page.

  7. Sir

    In eukaryote’s transcription some introns are spliced using snrnp’s
    Are these snrnp’s / snurps a ribozyme or not

  8. I just found your website – wow! I’m a mature student and only started biology this year. As you can imagine, it can be overwhelming! I’m trying to understand transciption and translation. I was trying to pull up the video that you have listed for this, however it was not working. Do you still have this video available?
    I’m from South Africa 🙂

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