Go through the following facts:
I. 'AAG' always code for lysine. It cannot code for any other amino acid.
II. Serine amino acid can be coded by UCU / UCC / UCA or UCG.
III. UUU from phenylalanine in bacteria as well as human beings.
IV. UUU GGG CCC AAA Me codes for five amino acids.
Now point out nature of genetic code after reading above:
(a) 1 – Specificity / Non-ambiguity of code; II - Universality of code; III - Degeneracy of code; IV - Triplet and non-overlapping code
(b) I – Specificity / Non-ambiguity of code; II - Degeneracy of code; III - Universality of code; IV - Triplet and non-overlapping code
(c) 1 – Specificity / Non-ambiguity of code; II - Degeneracy of code; III - Universality of code; IV - Triplet and overlapping code
(d) 1 – Specificity / Non-ambiguity of code; II - Universality of code; III - Degeneracy of code; IV - Triplet and overlapping code

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