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AK-GUIDED NOTES-THE GENETIC CODE
In terms of function, what is DNA called?
What is actually contained within the
DNA blueprint?
What is a gene?
How does a gene specify the production
of a protein?
How many bases are needed to specify
an amino acid
What is the three base code known as?
How many codons are there? How many
code for amino acids?
There are 61 codons that code for amino
acids but only 20 amino acids. Explain
Give an example of above
What are the other three codons for?
Is there a start codon?
Is the genetic code universal? What is
this evidence for?
Does information flow directly from DNA
to proteins? Why or why not?
What serves as the intermediary
between genes and proteins?
What is the “Central Dogma of Molecular
Biology?”
Since DNA ultimately codes for proteins
it allows the cell to do what?
Do all genes code for protein?