The code is a triplet codon. The mRNA nucleotides are arranged as a linear sequence of codons, with each codon consisting of three consecutive nitrogenous bases.
The code does not overlap. When translating mRNA molecules, the codons do not overlap, but are “read” sequentially. Thus, the non-overlapping code means that the base in the mRNA is not used for different codons.
The code is not ambiguous. An unambiguous code means that a particular codon will always code for the same amino acid. In the case of an ambiguous code, the same codon can have different meanings, or, in other words, the same codon can encode two or more two different amino acids. Typically, the same codon never codes for two different amino acids.
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