Answer: ribosome (in the cytoplasm)
Where does translation take place?

Where does translation take place?-Golgi apparatus-Ribosome-Endoplasmic reticulum-Nucleus. The Correct Answer is. ribosome(Translation or protein synthesis occurs at the ribosome.)

The majority of these processes take place in the cell cytoplasm or in the endoplasmic reticulum. In eukaryotes translation occurs entirely separately from transcription because pre-mRNA script created in transcription must be modified before its translated. In prokaryotes translation occurs directly after transcription.

Translation takes place inside structures called ribosomes which are made of RNA and protein. Ribosomes organize translation and catalyze the reaction that joins amino acids to make a protein chain. Illustration of the molecules involved in protein translation. A ribosome is shown with mRNA and tRNA.

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