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redundant

(rĭ-dŭn′dənt)
adj.
1. Exceeding what is necessary or natural; superfluous.
2. Genetics
a. Made up of identical repeating nucleotide sequences that do not code for genes. Used of DNA.
b. Relating to or being a gene that has multiple codons for the same amino acid.

re·dun′dant·ly adv.

redundant

(rĭ-dŭn′dĕnt) [L. redundare, to overflow]
More than necessary.
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