RIBOSOMES (synonym: Peleyda of a granule, RNP-granules) — the intracellular organellas providing synthesis of protein. Were for the first time described in 1955 by J. Peleyd. the term P. is offered by Roberts (R. Century of Roberts) in 1958
represent the dense spherical educations (to dia. apprx. 25 — 30 nanometers) consisting of big and small subunits. Part P. is in cytoplasm of a cell in a free look (free R.), other part — is attached to a membrane endoplasmic reticulum (see). During synthesis of protein P. combine in larger units — polysom, or polyribosomes. R.'s number in a cell depends on intensity of synthesis of protein.
On free R. the proteins going generally on local needs of a cell are synthesized. Protein synthesis, cosecreted cell (see), the hl is carried out. obr. connected R.; at the same time polypeptides come directly to cavities of an endoplasmic reticulum where are exposed to further modifications. In addition to participation in protein synthesis, R., as well as other intracellular organellas, participate in the regulatory mechanisms exerting impact on all cell.
Rubles consist of ribosomal RNA (RRNK) and protein (see. Nucleoproteids ), contents to-rykh differs depending on type of a cell (animal, vegetable or bacterial). RRNK are synthesized in kernel (see), in the same place, presumably, there is R.'s assembly, i.e. aggregation of RRNK with the synthesized in cytoplasm and ribosomal proteins, trasportiruyemy in a kernel.
R.'s subunits are in a condition of reversible dissociation association. At low concentration of ions of magnesium dissociation of subparticles prevails, strengthening of ions of magnesium leads to their association. Rubles of zooblasts dissociate on subparticles with coefficient of sedimentation 60S and 40S. The big subparticle contains 2 molecules RNA (28S and 5S) and about 40 molecules of protein, small consists of molecule RNA (18S) and 30 of molecules of protein.
The amino acids necessary for protein synthesis are brought by acceptor RNA (TRNK), and the program of synthesis is concluded in information, or matrix, by the RNA (IRNK) formed in a kernel of a cell and joining R. (see. Broadcasting ). In big subparticles (fig.) existence of kanalopodobny structure is supposed, and the RNA and polypeptides which are in this area are protected from effect of cellular enzymes (RNA az and proteases). Also existence in R. of two sites is supposed: aminoacylic (And), the complex acceptor RNA with amino acid (aminoacyl-TRNK) and peptidilny joins Krom (P) where TRNK after formation of a peptide bond between the amino acid brought by it and the extended polypeptide chain moves ahead. These processes are provided the peptidiltransferazy, being a part big subparticle and the sokratitelny function of the nek-ry proteins similar to a myosin possessing, apparently.
Synthesis of protein begins with association of a small subparticle of R. and initiating N-aminoatsil-TRNK with an initial codon (see. Genetic code ) on 5' - the end of IRNK. Then the big subparticle joins this complex, and the created R. begins to move ahead to Z '-to the end of IRNK. On the course of this process to A-site P. come next aminoacyl-TRNK in the sequence determined by codons of IRNK.
See also RNA .
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