The 12-base contains: • 3 x Uracil (U) light blue• 3 x Adenine (A) blue• 3 x Guanine (G) green• 3 x Cytosine (C) yellow• 6 x Ribose (dark red)• 6 x Phosphate (purple)• 2 x Amino-acid part• 2 x Transfer RNA partThe strand moves to the Ribosome where it reacts with another type of RNA called transfer RNA. Transfer RNA has a cloverleaf-shaped structure which is represented by a 3-prong unit. Transfer RNA carries an amino-acid specific to the three bases of the anti-codon. During the process of translation the mRNA temporarily forms base-pairs between the codons and anticodons. The attached Amino-acid forms a peptide link with the adjacent Amino-acid to form a protein.