This paper attempts to express the golden ratio numbers with nucleotide bases (A T, G, C and U) as regards to Quantum Perspective Model. At first, if you take the exact value of golden ratio numbers after the comma, you can convert these decimal base numbers to binary number base system. Secondly, after converting process of these numbers, you should sequence these numbers as decimal number base system again. Thirdly, sum these decimal base numbers respectively. Fourthly, total adding processes correspond to genetic codes [Adenine (A), Thymine (T) Guanine (G), Cytosine (C) and Uracil (U)]. Fifthly, the result explanations of golden ratio numbers can be defined as this: [ACATCC]. Sixthly, the NCBI (The National Center for Biotechnology Information) search results of these sequences are very interesting model organism consequences just like “Symphodus melops” (Corking Wrasse) and “Xyrauchen texanus” (Xysmoking texanus). Seventhly, Symphodus melops is a special organism for removing parasites from other fishes. Eighthly, Xyrauchen texanus can create light reflections by using their eyes. Ninthly, defining some irrational numbers such as phi and pi in a ratio or as cyclic numbers may provide a new clue to evaluate irrationality in mathematics. As a result, the expression of golden ratio numbers with genetic codes reaches meaningful consequences to shed light on novel research method between Mathematics and Biochemistry.
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