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33. A researcher identifies the nucleotide sequence AAC in a long strand of RNA inside a nucleus. In the genetic code, AAC codes for the amino acid asparagine. When that RNA becomes involved in protein synthesis, will asparagine necessarily appear in the protein? Explain.

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    No, the RNA has not undergone RNA processing yet. The AAC may be part of an intron--a non-coding sequence of RNA that is removed from the strand before exiting the nucleus and being translated into a protein.

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