In a "silent" mutation:
a. The codon that mutates causes a change in the amino acid specified
b. The codon that mutates does not cause a change in the amino acid specified
c. The codon that mutates causes a stop codon to occur instead of the placement of an amino acid
d. The mutation does not occur in a codon
e. The mutation is not in DNA
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