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Problem: How can a single gene encode for more than one protein?  a. By mutating their genes b. By removing some exons during splicing of mRNA c. By transcribing multiple copies of mRNA d. By using different codons  

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How can a single gene encode for more than one protein? 

a. By mutating their genes

b. By removing some exons during splicing of mRNA

c. By transcribing multiple copies of mRNA

d. By using different codons

 

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