CHAPTER 12 From DNA to Protein: Genotype to Phenotype. Genotype to Phenotype. Genes are made up of DNA (genotype). Genes cannot directly produce a phenotype. Genes must be expressed (phenotype) as polypeptides. DNA, RNA, and the Flow of Information. RNA differs from DNA in three ways:
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The genetic code appears to be nearly universal.
GGG which is transcribed to