Gene Expression and the Genetic Code Video Lessons

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Problem: How is genetic information encoded in a DNA molecule? A) Genetic information is encoded in DNA by the sequence of bases and amino acids. B) Genetic information is encoded in DNA by the amounts of different bases. C) Genetic information is encoded in DNA by the sequence of bases. D) Genetic information is encoded in DNA by the amounts of different amino acids. E) Genetic information is encoded in DNA by the sequence of amino acids.

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How is genetic information encoded in a DNA molecule? 

A) Genetic information is encoded in DNA by the sequence of bases and amino acids. 

B) Genetic information is encoded in DNA by the amounts of different bases. 

C) Genetic information is encoded in DNA by the sequence of bases. 

D) Genetic information is encoded in DNA by the amounts of different amino acids. 

E) Genetic information is encoded in DNA by the sequence of amino acids.

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