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From page 135...
... codon: Triplet code of bases in DNA specifying an amino acid in protein synthesis. COMPLEX: Committee on Planetary and Lunar Exploration.
From page 136...
... heterocyclic organic polymers: Compounds consisting of monomeric units of organic ring molecules in which not all atoms in the rings are alike. heterotroph: Organism requiring organic compounds as food source.
From page 137...
... oligonucleotide: Short chain of nucleic acid monomers. Oligopeptide: Short chain of amino acids.
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... translation: Process by which DNA code specifies sequencing of amino acids. tRNA: Transfer RNA; combines with specific amino acid in protein synthesis.

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