The picture of the DNA double helix provides a logical start to describing how the base pairs match up and how the order codes for a chain of protein molecules. Three billion of these base pairs code for any protein present in your body. Learners will find genes more relevant when they learn a gene is actually the collection of bases that code for a chain of amino acids.
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