@hfmario5 asked 3 months ago.

If a r mini gen has 330 nucleotides, how many amino acids will be in the protein?

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@cilogokyvu answered 3 months ago.

The number of amino acids in a protein is equal to twice the number of nucleotides in the DNA, plus two. To put this in perspective, you can think of each nucleotide as a letter in the DNA alphabet.
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@oddebajeq answered 3 months ago.

A gene is a segment of DNA that contains the instructions for making one of the proteins that that particular organism needs in order to survive. Genes are made of DNA, which is a double helix made up of four nucleotides: adenine, guanine, cytosine, and thymine.
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@ofammello answered 3 months ago.

 

The human genome has about 20,000 genes, and each gene is made up of thousands of base pairs. Each gene codes for a specific protein, which is made up of a certain number of amino acids.

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