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Translation is stopped, and the polypeptide is released
complex translation.
After describing the properties of the genetic code, we will
Explore some scientific thinking and experimentation
Who understands this?

The genetic code is redundant but unclear
After starting and stopping codons, the remaining 60 codons
More than enough to characterize the other 19 amino acids –
And there are indeed repetitions. that’s why we call it genetics
The code is redundant;

That is, an amino acid representative can be
more than one codon. The dismissal is not evenly divided into amino acids. For example, methionine and
Each tryptophan is represented by only one codon
Loose is represented by six different codon.

The term “dismissal” should not be confused with “dismissal”. This means to say that the code is ambiguous
A single codon may refer to any other two (or more)
amino acids; If you keep there will be doubt,
Say Lucene or something. The genetic code is uncertain. The dismissal index is even higher
More in an obvious way, “Put Lucene in here.” In other words,
A given amino acid can encode more than one codon,

 

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