Passage Review: miRNAs and the transmission of genetic information to proteins, Part I

Tip 3: Always, always, always draw a picture

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Paragraph 1 illustrated for my passage map

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Paragraph 3:

Figure 1:

top two plots of Fig. 1

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Figure 2:

Paragraph 1:

Paragraph 1 illustrated for my passage map

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Paragraph 3:

Figure 1:

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Figure 2:

Choice A is the second row

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