(a) How many codons code for amino acids and how many are unable to
(b) Why are codes said to be (i) degenerate and (ii) unambiguous?
(a) 61 codons code for amino acids and 3 codons do not code for any
(b) (i) Degenerate. One amino acid may be coded by several codons.
(ii) Unambiguous. Each codons codes for only one specific amino acid.