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In a message dated 12/5/02 9:37:23 AM Pacific Standard Time,
<< Oh dear me, nothing coud be further from the truth. There's a LOT going on
at the molecular level, and one cannot never *assume* stationarity.
Synonymous codon usage in genes and secondary structure of ribosomal RNA are
just two examples of why the four bases DO NOT have a practically even
chance of being at any particular locus. I could go on, but this is way
No, it's not. Please continue.