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HARMONIC MEAN AS A DETERMINANT OF THE GENETIC CODE

Submitted on 21 May 2013 (v1), last revised 12 Jun 2013 (this version, v4) 
Comments: 20 pages, 14 tables, 5 boxes, 12 footnotes, 4 appendices with 8 tables and 3 surveys; 
in Conclusion: the hypothesis about extraterrestrial life Subjects: Other Quantitative Biology (q-bio.OT) 
Cite as: arXiv:1305.5103 [q-bio.OT] (or arXiv:1305.5103v4 [q-bio.OT] for this version) 
Submission history From: 
Miloje M. Rakocevic (milemirkov@open.telekom.rs)
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GENETIC CODE AS A COHERENT SYSTEM

NeuroQuantology | December 2011 | Vol 9 | Issue 4 | Page 821-841 Rakočević M., Genetic code as a coherent system 
Corresponding author: M.M. Rakočević Address: Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Niš, Serbia 
(Now retired on the address: Milutina Milankovica, 118/25, 11070 Belgrade, Serbia) 
e-mail: milemirkov@open.telekom.rs Received, Nov 1, 2011. Revised Dec 5, 2011. Accepted Dec 9, 2011. 

Physicochemical-mathematical unity in the genetic code – an elementary approach

The Lecture at: DMBI.2012 – International Meeting on Data Mining in Bioinformatics Belgrade, June 26-28th, 2012 (Power point presentation, Comments to slides: 1-37 in English, and 1-26 in Serbian. At the end an extended abstract is given. (Note: An extended version and updating in some coming weeks.) 

ИНТЕРВЈУ У „ГЕОПОЛИТИЦИ“, XII, 2011

„ГЕОПОЛИТИКА“, бр. 47, децембар 2011. Разговор водила Дијана Ивановић. Наднаслов: Милоје Ракочевић, доктор хемијских наука и аутор књиге „Његошев исконски логос“. Наслов:
ЊЕГОШ И САВРШЕНИ ГЕНЕТСКИ КОД

Genetic Code: Four Diversity Types of Protein Amino Acids

This is Version 2 of my article, published in arXiv 20.VII.2011. The new parts are these: sections 3.1.1 and 4.3.4; Figure 3 as just new; also new legend to Table 2; in Appendix A two new figures – Figure A2 and A3. With the adding a new footnote (18), now is a new order of footnote from 18 to 22. That is all.