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    Predicting triplets in laboratory conditions

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    Under laboratory conditions, a synthetic polyribonucleiotide was produced using a mixture of A and G with a relative frequency of 5:1 respectively. How would a scientist predict the relative frequencies in which the triplets are expected to form when the ribonucleotides form in a random linear array? Indicate which amino acid(s) the triplet codons specify.

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    Predicting triplets in laboratory conditions

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    Given - A and G with a frequency of 5:1 respectively.
    The ...

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    The triplets in laboratory conditions are predicted. How a scientist would predict the relative frequencies in which the triplets are expected to form when the ribonucleotides form in a random linear array is determined.

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