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Question: Why can spliced mRNA from humans be translated into exactly the same protein when expressed in ba…


Why can spliced mRNA from humans be translated into exactly the same protein when expressed in bacteria and in humans? A. The genetic code is degenerate. 5. Pre-mRNA is processed in the same way in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. O C. The genetic code is always changing. D.The genetic code is evolutionarily conserved. E None of the above.

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Why can spliced mRNA from humans be translated into exactly the same protein when expressed in bacteria and in humans? A. The genetic code is degenerate. 5. Pre-mRNA is processed in the same way in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. O C. The genetic code is always changing. D.The genetic code is evolutionarily conserved. E None of the above.

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