Aminoacyl Synthetase recognition

The Aminoacyl Synthetase binds both the anticodon (top) and the amino acid acceptor (bottom) and attaches the appropriate amino acid according to the Genetic Code. The exact mechanism by which this recognition takes place is uncertain, and has sometimes been described as a "second genetic code".

Homework: In the drawing, is the correspondence of the note anticodon sequence and the amino acid on the acceptor stem correct? Explain.

Figure  ©1991 by Gonick & Whellis; text © 2014 by Steven M. Carr