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1. Triplet code used in mRNA Give the amino acid UUU
2. Triplet code used in mRNA Give the amino acid CCU
3. Triplet code used in mRNA Give the amino acid CCG
4. Triplet code used in mRNA Give the amino acid AAU
5. Triplet code used in mRNA Give the amino acid GCG
6. Triplet code used in mRNA Give the amino acid GGG
7. Triplet code used in mRNA Give the amino acid GUG
8. Triplet code used in mRNA Give the amino acid AUA
9. Triplet code used in mRNA Give the amino acid UAA
10.Triplet code used in mRNA Give the amino acid UGU
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