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Unformatted text preview: Problems: 1. A+T+G+C=100%, if T=15%, then A=15%. C= 100-15(2)/2= 35% 2. a) TAA CCA CGT AAT GAA GTC CGA GAT b) 3’- UAA CCA CGU AAU GAA GUC CGA GAU- 5’ 3. Anticodon in the tRNA: AAU 4. a) For the fungus to be orange, as in mutant 1, orange pigment would have to accumulate without changing to red. This would occur if Enzyme C was defective. b) Enzyme B must be defective c) Yellow due to lack of enzyme B 5. Protein function can be destroyed by a mutation that causes the substitution of a single amino acid, even though the protein has the same immunological properties. A substitution of one of the key amino acids may make the enzyme totally non-functional, though there might be no effect on overall size and shape of the protein....
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