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Codon is a three-nucleotide sequence of the mRNA which determines a specific, single amino acid during protein synthesis.

Anti-codon is a three-nucleotide sequence on the tRNA which is complementary to the codon on the mRNA and binds to it (codon) during protein synthesis.

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Codon

Anticodon

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Codon is a sequence of three nucleotide bases that specifies an amino acid.

Anticodon is a sequence of three nucleotide bases that is complementary to the codon.

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It is found on the m-RNA.

It is found on the t-RNA.

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It determines the position of a particular amino acid in a polypeptide chain.

It helps to bring a particular amino acid at its specified position during translation.

 

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