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No such situation exists. The exasperatingly complex and interwoven Cellular World cannot allow such discrepancies to exist. There is an applicable Answer, (such as comparing Met & f-Met) but not to this Q'n. HFY Here for you.

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Q: What are the 2 amino acids that are each represented by one codon?
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How many amino acids make a codon?

One codon specifies a specific amino acid. However, more than one codon can code for the same amino acid. For example, the codon GUU codes for the specific amino acid valine; and the codons GUC, GUA, and GUG also code for valine.

What is a codon and what does each codon stand for?

A codon is made of RNA that is formed from organic molecules that mimic a segment of DNA in order to synthesize a protein. The codon is a set of nucleotide units used to code for different amino acids. The nucleotides in DNA are adenine, guanine, cytosine, and thymine, usually represented by A, G, T, and C. When translated into RNA, that forms codons, thymine is replaced with uracil in a RNA chain. In sets of RNA are sets of many codons. A codon is a set of three nucleotides in RNA that are translated into amino acids to by a ribosome. These sets of amino acids are the building blocks to forming different proteins.

What are the amino acids on the codon table?

Each codon codes for only one amino acid, or a codon is a start or stop codon, but no codon codes for more than one amino acid.

How many amino acids does each condon code for?

No they are not. For a codon, there are 4^3 = 64 codon combinations, but only 20 [common] amino acids. The 4 represents the 4 nitrogenous bases, and the ^3 represents the arrangement into a codon (3 bp). An example of an amino acid that is specified by more than one amino acid is Alanine, which is specified by any of the following combinations: GUU, GUC, GUA, GUG. Because most amino acids have more than one codon, the genetic code is called "degenerate".

How many amino acids will be in the polypeptide that is formed when uacguacguucaacu is translated?

Five. Each codon consists of a sequence of three nitrogen bases, and each codon codes for a specific amino acid, or a start or stop command.

How many codons are needed to specify 2 amino acids?

each codon have 3 nitrogenous bases . 3 nitrogenous bases = 1 amino acid or say 1 codon =1 amino acid ,so 2 codon = 2 amino acid

If one base coded for one amino acid what is the maximum number of codes there will be?

There are 21 amino acids found in eukaryotes. Three bases represent a codon, and each codon codes for one amino acid.

How many codons are incolved ina polypeoptide that has 5 amino acids?

Simple answer FIVE. Each codon is made up of links. There are three links to the codon. Each codon codes for a single amino acid. A polypeptide is a string of amino acids. The term is usually used for smaller polypeptide chains. Larger chains are usually referred to as proteins although not all proteins are simply polypeptides. Heomoglobin, for example, contains a heme group.

How many nucleotides are necessary to code for a polypeptide that is 200 amino acids long?

In the genetic code, a sequence of three nucleotides forms a codon, which codes for one amino acid. So for each amino acid, there are three nucleotides. Therefore, 600 nucleotides are needed to make 200 amino acids.

What is the amino sequence of the protein that was formed?

In order to answer this question, you must, and prpbably do have the codon sequences of the RNA or DNA, and a chart saying what each codon codes for in terms of amino acids. The mRNA from transcription is what the sheet probably has on it, with each codon contained therin signaling a certain amino acid. If you can post the sequence or something like that, then ill sertainly answer it for you.

What does each codon code for?

Each codon codes for a specific amino acid.

What does tRNA carry from the cytoplasm to the ribosomes-?

Transfer RNA brings or transfers amino acids to the ribosome that correspond to each three-nucleotide codon of rRNA. The amino acids then can be joined together and processed to make polypeptides and proteins.