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What is codone?

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What is a codon?

A three-nucleotide sequence in mRNA that specifies a particular amino acid or polypeptide termination signal; basic unit of the genetic code. In translation, an mRNA codon is (MORE)
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What does a codon do?

Assuming you do not have a typo in your question, a codon is a triplet of adjacent nucleotides in the messenger RNA chain that codes for a specific amino acid in the synthesis (MORE)
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What is codon?

A codon specifies a certain amino acid that makes up the protein. A codon is a sequence of three DNA or RNA nucleotides that corresponds with a specific amino acid or stop sig (MORE)
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What is a anti-codon?

  A sequence of three nucleic acid bases on transfer RNA molecules which recognizes and binds to three corresponding bases (called a codon) of messenger RNA. During protei (MORE)
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Why are codons and anti-codons important?

Anticodons are important simply so the tRNA can bind to the complimentary codons whilst carrying amino acids. Codons are important because they code for certain polypeptides t (MORE)
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MRna has Codons or anti-Codons?

Great Question. The triplet Codon, as represented by the sequence of Dna bases, would appear to be inverted into anti-Codon form in the mRna molecule. This makes the tripl (MORE)
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MRNA has codons or anti codons?

mRNA, or messenger-RNA, contains the codons used in the process of translating RNA into proteins. The tRNA, or transfer-RNA molecules, contain the anti-codon. Each tRNA has (MORE)
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What are start codon and stop codons?

The start codon on a messenger RNA strand marks the start point of translation from RNA to protein. It is nearly invariably AUG (which translates to the amino acid methionine) (MORE)