A mutant yeast strain is found with a mutation affecting a tRNASer. The wild type normally produces a tRNA that recognizes the codon 5’ UCA 3’ and is charged with the amino acid Serine (Ser) (its notation is tRNASer). The mutant’s tRNA is still charged with Ser, but its anticodon is mutated and now has the sequence 5’-UCA-3’. What effect will this have on translation in these yeast cells? How will the proteins produced be different?
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