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Why is the genetic code read three bases at a time?

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Why is the genetic code read three bases at a time?

Posted by bre10 | Posted at Jan 30, 2020 | Categories: Biology

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Connie744
Connie744

groups of 3 bases are referred to as codons. Each codon codes for an amino acid. A group of amino acids makes a protein. These proteins are then used to carry out basic life functions

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