Codon bases, nucleotides:
From longer file on homepage here.
Used abbreviations:
Ams = amino acids, ama = single amino acid.)
The different side chains of ams = Rchains,
the common part, which bind through condensation: Bchains.
 Here is calculated with 24 ams, the four double coded included,
where nothing else is mentioned. See table over ams here.
/\ , sign indicating inverting
operation.
1) Total sums of amino acids (R) and 54 codon bases out of the
dimension chain:
2) Some separate mass number relations Bases  Amino acids:
3) Triplets of nucleotides bound together
by only 2 Pgroups:
Pgroups
ribose groups bases
bound
126 A + 2H 394
A 395
A
Nucleosides in bonds: 2 x 395, 1 = 790 1 =
792  3
Corresponding nucleosides of the DNAmatrix, TACcodon
= 714 +1
Triplets of a dimension chain:
Outwards Inwards
543 345
432 234
321 123
+ 210 +
012
1506 <> 714 . 1506
2H = 24 amino acids, Rchains

792,
the interval ~ AUGnucleosides
714 ~ TACnucleosides:
TACbases, bound = 369 A = 012+123+234.
Ribose part of the DNAmatrix: 3 x 116,  2 H = 345 + 1.
4) A variation of a "dimension chain" with 1dimensional
"poles" in each step:
5) The "Exponent series"  the whole chain:
About the Exponent series,
see here.
6) Number of atoms in codon bases in 1st and 2nd position
of the codons:
a) In in 2 x 24 bases RNA
7) Transformations between 10 and 8power numbers:
See further here.
Mathematical operations, i.e. additions, of 8power numbers here
made
as if they appeared as 10power numbers.
8) Free end groups of the 4 RNAbases and the end groups
of amino acids
as Gln and Asn: A and T as a polarization step from G, Cbases:
9) Serine and dimension chain as ~1/7  see about Fatty
acids...
1 / 7: the inverted number 7
from triplets of a dimension chain as exponents of number 2:
10) Hexpower transformations:
