1. What does universal mean?
- there are the same amount of homologous pairs in all organisms
- nearly all organisms have codons that code for the same amino acids
- codons can all code for all amino acids
- amino acids are coded for by more than one codon
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2. What are the sequences within a gene that code for an amino acid>
3. What is an allele?
- the full range of proteins that a cell can produce
- a version of a gene
- sequences within a gene that code for an amino acid
- the protein DNA is associated with in eukaryotic cells
4. What is a gene?
- a sequence of bases on mRNA that correspond to a specific amino acid or stop signal
- the full range of proteins a cell can produce
- a base sequence that codes for amino acids or functional RNA
- amino acid chains
5. What is a genome?
- a sequence of 3 DNA bases
- a base sequence that codes for an amino acid or functional RNA
- full set of genes in a cell
- full set of proteins a cell can produce