Is a gene a triplet of consecutive DNA nucleotides?

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Biology

A gene is not a triplet of DNA nucleotides with their respective nitrogen-containing bases, like AAG or CGT. The nucleotide triplets may be pieces of genes but not genes.

A gene is a portion of a DNA molecule that codifies a specific protein. Thus it is formed by several DNA nucleotide triplets.

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Dipti KC
May 26, 2023
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