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Give Reasons for the Following: Genetic Code is 'Universal' - Biology (Theory)

Give reasons for the following:

The genetic code is 'universal'

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Genetic codes are specific i.e., a specific codon always codes for the same amino acid. In all living organisms, the genetic code is the same, except in mitochondrial codon-where, AUA codes for Methionine and UGA codes for tryptophan

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