What are codons?
A codon is a sequence of three nucleotides that hold the code for an amino acid.
Here is an example of a codon in DNA.
Now, if we transcribe it into mRNA, we get...
And if we translate it into tRNA, we get...
Now, use the amino acid table and the mRNA codon to get the amino acid.
The amino acid is "Tyr," which stands for "Tyrosine."