Differentiate between codons and anticodons

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molecular-basis

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Difference between codons and anticodons are:

codons:
It is a sequence of three nucleotides, which codes for a particular amino acid.
It is found on mRNA and decides the sequence of amino acid in a polypeptide
Anticodons:
An anticodon is a sequence of three nucleotides that is complementary to the codon of a particular amino acid.
It is found on fRNA and recognises the codon on mRNA dusing translation.