1. The "Cross"- and "Form"-coded amino
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.
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:
of different number divisions:
B-chains = 12 x 74 -1 = 887 A
= 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.