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25.One amino acid is defined by a sequence of 3
26.Since these bases are complements of each other
and not identical, each 3 base sequence for each
DNA and RNA type has a different name.
3 base sequences
28.3 base sequence on DNA
30.3 base sequence on mRNA
32.3 base sequence on tRNA
33.Reading of mRNA at the ribosome and the
building of the specific protein.
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