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what is a structure that holds each chromosome to its exact copy? it begins with a "C", and has "d" as the second to last letter. 10 letters.

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  1. do you mean codons? codons are in the mRNA and it completes the process of of protein sythesis. mRNA leaves the nucleus and connect with a ribosome. that's where the codons on the mRNA are translated from the nucleic acids to amino acids langage.

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