1. The "Cross"- and "Form"-coded amino
acids:

Counting on 24 amino acids we get the same sums for G+C-coded ands
A+U-coded ams in 1st and 2nd base ordering. This implies that the
ams changing position to the other group in both directions have
the same mass or A-number sums, 385.

Amino acids with these codons are here named Cross-coded
and Form-coded ams.

385:

Row
sums show the same number partition as the columns (+/-1):

385 - 209 / 176.

In this arrangement we have the lighter ams in each
pair of codons (differing only in 3rd base) on the first row, the
heavier ones on the middle row.

**About the 3rd base in the codons**, note that

Row 1 has 3rd base = U / C, except Gln.

**>**
a "pole exchange" in last step.*

Row 2 has 3rd base = A / G, except His.

Row 3 has only "2-base coded" ams, i. e. 3rd base indifferent.

*Cf. His the only ams not derived from stations in the glycolysis.

**Number 11 - and factor 7 - dominates these groups:**

Compare **similarities
of different number divisions**:

B-chains = 12 x 74 -1 = **887** A

R-chains =
= **770** A

N-sum R+B-chains = **771** **N**

Z-sum R+B-chains = **886 Z**

Numer 35 is the N-number of the unbound B-chains.