A mutant yeast strain is found with a mutation affecting a tRNA^Tyr. The wild type normally produces a tRNA that recognizes the codon 5′-UAC-3′, and is charged with the amino acid Tyrosine (Tyr) – tRNA^Tyr. The mutant’s tRNA is still charged with Tyr, but the anticodon is mutated and now has the sequence 5′-UUA-3′. What effect will this have on translation in these yeast cells? How will the proteins produced be different?