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A.Qayoom
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The question was cut-off, please ensure that the complete question is stated in the body of your topic.

From what I understand, however, is that during translation, the ribosome seeks the start codon or a special sequence on the mRNA called the "Shine-Dalgarno sequence". The ribosome stops translating once it reaches the stop codon, where it dissociates from the mRNA strand. 3' and 5' ends do not apply here.
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