ID #1717

If an organism has been proven to have the potential to make more than 64 codons, then, is it allowed to have a quartet genetic code, being that we've discovered more forms?

yes, in this hypothetical example, if there are more than 64 codons, then the genetic code in this organism would have to A) have more than a triplet code, or B) use more than 4 nucleotides.

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