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Using the information in the table, determine the first four amino acids coded for a mutation in the DNA sequence from part (a) changes the sixth base (read left to right) to cytosine (C).

Using the information in the table, determine the first four amino acids coded for a mutation in the DNA sequence from part (a) if the sixth base is deleted.

How can I send a picture of the table??

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  1. Sorry, you can't send a picture to Jiskha.

  2. ok well...thanks anyways, I already put in the test

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