Golden and Harmonic Mean in the Genetic Code

  title={Golden and Harmonic Mean in the Genetic Code},
  author={Miloje M. Rakocevic},
In previous two works [1], [2] we have shown the determination of genetic code by golden and harmonic mean within standard Genetic Code Table (GCT), i.e. nucleotide triplet table, whereas in this paper we show the same determination through a specific connection between two tables – of nucleotide doublets Table (DT) and triplets Table (TT), over polarity of amino acids, measured by Cloister energy. (Miloje M. Rakocevic) (Belgrade, 6.01.2017) ( ( 
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