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*  The Fiber Disease - Page 159 - Biology Forum | Biology-Online Dictionary, Blog & Forum
... and even ribosomal RNA... have been subject to HGT. Ironically, ...preferential gene exchange could create many of the very ...
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*  Drosophila melanogaster - Biology Forum | Biology-Online Dictionary, Blog & Forum
Un:not placed SD10223.5prime SD Drosophila...16S ribosomal RNA gene... AI543463.1 TRANSCRIPT Dm RNA Un:not placed Du-MITOC ... I searched 18s RNA in NCBI and realized that the sequence lengths for different species are different, what should I do with ... Second, 16S ribosomal protein is found only in bacteria and mitochondria plasts, so they might not be what you are looking for ... For eukaryotes, it is usually 18S ribosomal sequences that are used.. Patrick Science has proof without any certainty. ...
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Molecular identification of nanoplanktonic protists based on small subunit ribosomal RNA gene sequences for ecological studies ...
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*  Biology-Online • View topic - The Fiber Disease
... and even ribosomal RNA... have been subject to HGT. Ironically, ...preferential gene exchange could create many of the very ...
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*  Biology-Online • View topic - Protostomes and Deuterostomes
They share similar ribosomal RNA. It is thought that evolution simplified their body plan as time progressed.. I am not sure if ...
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*  Nucleolus - Biology-Online Dictionary
2 Beven, A. F., Lee, R., Razaz, M., Leader, D. J., Brown, J. W., and Shaw, P. J. (1996). "The organization of ribosomal RNA ... The nucleolus is involved with ribosomal RNA synthesis and the formation of ribosomes in eukaryotes. It is also functions in ... cell biology) The round granular structure within the nucleus of a cell, composed of proteins, DNA, and RNA, and functions ... It is composed of proteins, DNA, and RNA. In higher eukaryotes, three major regions are distinct: the fibrillar center, the ...
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*  PCR from cDNA question - Biology Forum | Biology-Online Dictionary, Blog & Forum
... not even the ribosomal RNAs). The RNA sample have been heated at 65C for 5min before electrophoresis to eliminate hairpin ... I want to PCR a 2kb long segment of a gene out of the cDNA made from total RNA extract but have been experiencing many weird ... The total RNA was extracted from ~100 whole embryos (~1000 cells each) of an invertebrate marine species using QIAGEN RNeasy ... Nanodrop gives a low reading and a weak absorption peak (~10ng/ul). Gel analysis of 3ul such RNA yielded no bands ( ...
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*  Biology-Online • View topic - Theories - Origin of Life
A prokaryotic ribosome is made up of three kinds of ribosomal RNA (rRNA) and about 50 types of protein. The eukaryotic ribosome ...
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*  Biology-Online • View topic - Recombination in RNA viruses,Ruzic,Kovac
pathogenicity after insertion of a 28S ribosomal-RNA sequence into the. hemagglutinin gene of an in¯uenza virus. Nature 340, ... RNAs are formed when the viral RNA-dependent RNA. polymerase complex switches, mid-replication, from one RNA. molecule to ... RNAs and viruses, satellite RNAs and viruses, and even with. host RNAs, suggests that almost any genetic material can be. grist ... that may shape the variety of RNA virus recombination.. Recombination in RNA viruses. In some cases of RNA virus recombination ...
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*  Any SOLID arguments against evolution? - Page 17 - Biology-Online
"then use ribosomal genes to have an idea of where it goes in the tree of life. Or you can look at the thumb of a panda and ... to be the truth until the discovery of RNA enzymes…. I also would like to see your views on the Y chromosome problem I ... and then use ribosomal genes to have an idea of where it goes in the tree of life. Or you can look at the thumb of a panda and ...
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*  The Fiber Disease - Page 81 - Biology-Online
T. maritima is also of evolutionary significance, because small-subunit ribosomal RNA phylogeny has placed this bacterium as ...
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*  Classification of non-coding RNA - Biology Forum | Biology-Online Dictionary, Blog & Forum
... and small nucleolar RNAs mainly involved in the modification of other small RNAs, such as ribosomal RNAs and transfer RNAs. ... they include long known classes of RNAs involved in translation such as transfer RNAs and ribosomal RNAs, small nuclear RNAs ... Non-coding RNA (ncRNA) is just RNA that doesn't code for protein. Historically the 'Central Dogma' defines a process of protein ... More recently, several classes of short regulatory non-coding RNAs, including piwi-associated RNAs, endogenous short- ...
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*  question for evolutionary biologist. - Biology-Online
"If the evolutionary buildup of ribosomal proteins and RNA and the interactions between them occurred gradually, step-by-step, ... I agree with you about the RNA world having been one of the main theories.. In 1968 Sir Francis Crick argued that RNA must have ... During transcription, Enzymes called RNA polymerases build RNA molecules that are complementary to a portion of one strand of ... He went on to suggest that RNA, besides acting as a template, might also act as an enzyme and, in so doing, catalyze its own ...
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*  Biology-Online • View topic - Increasing Information For Genetic Algorithm
If you were to investigate the reason for this, you will discover that those bacteria have mutations in ribosomal RNA that make ...
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*  Ribosomal DNA - Biology-Online Dictionary
Ribosomal RNA is a specialized RNA molecule present in the ribosome. The ribosomal RNA does not carry the code in making ... Ribosomal DNA is the sequence of DNA that codes for ribosomal RNA. In eukaryotes, the ribosomal DNA contains a tandem repeat of ... The ribosomal RNAs form two subunits, i.e. large subunit and small subunit. The large subunit serves as a ribozyme. Apart from ... as well as a gene coding for 5S ribosomal RNA.1 ... ribosomal RNA. Reference(s): 1 Ribosomal DNA. Retrieved from [1 ...
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*  Ribosomal RNA - Biology-Online Dictionary
Ribosomal RNAs are used as basis in taxonomy and evolution. Ribosomal DNAs, which are the genes coding for ribosomal RNAs, are ... Ribosomal RNA, in turn, does not carry the code in making proteins. Rather, it forms the two subunits (i.e. large subunit and ... Ribosomal RNA is a nucleic acid that, together with proteins, makes up the ribosome. Ribosome is a cytoplasmic particle ... Retrieved from "https://www.biology-online.org/dictionary/index.php?title=Ribosomal_RNA&oldid=100625" ...
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*  Messenger RNA mRNA - Biology-Online Dictionary
The messenger RNA (mRNA) is one of the three types of RNA; the other two are transfer RNA (tRNA) and ribosomal RNA (rRNA). ... A type of RNA that carries the code or chemical blueprint for a specific protein. In the early stages of protein synthesis, the ... Retrieved from "https://www.biology-online.org/dictionary/index.php?title=Messenger_RNA_mRNA&oldid=96682" ...
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*  Splicing-transcription connectors - Biology Online
... deciphering how RNAP II functions in the various RNA processing reactions needed to synthesize … ... This is because intervening sequences are overrepresented in highly expressed genes, such as those encoding ribosomal proteins ... These include an RS-like domain and an RNA binding domain (RBD), which are similar to domains found in SR proteins. It is ... The TLS/FUS and EWS proteins have indeed been isolated in complexes containing RNA and hnRNP A and C proteins (Zinszner et al. ...
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Formation of active ribosomal complexes has been observed by using subunits from different species (32, 33), indicating some ... These complexes consist of two subunits: the large 50S subunit and the small 30S subunit, both of which are composed of RNA and ... These areas of positive potential may provide stabilizing interactions with mRNA or tRNA bound to the ribosomal complex during ... LPBE was solved to give the electrostatic potential of the small ribosomal subunit at 0.41-Å resolution. Calculations also were ...
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*  Ribosome - Biology-Online Dictionary
Ribosomal RNA. Related form(s): * ribosomal (adjective, of, or pertaining to, the ribosome) ... cell biology) A minute, sphere-shaped particle composed of protein and ribonucleic acid (RNA) that serves as the site of ... This is done through interacting with transfer RNA (tRNA) containing a complementary anticodon on one end and the appropriate ... subunits that fit together and work as one to build proteins according to the genetic sequence held within the messenger RNA ( ...
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*  Nucleolus - Biology Forum | Biology-Online Dictionary, Blog & Forum
Please tell me the significance of the nucleolus, besides the fact that it manufactures the ribosomal subunits. -Why is it that ... I think it manufactures more kinds of RNA http://www.biolib.cz/en/main/. Cis or trans? That's what matters. ... Talcen, are you sure the nucleolus assembles the ribosomal subunits? I think that is done in the cytoplasm. ... Talcen, are you sure the nucleolus assembles the ribosomal subunits? I think that is done in the cytoplasm. ...
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*  Biology-Online • View topic - The Fiber Disease
Ribosomal proteins' /product='ribosomal protein L40' 'Function Code:9.10 - Metabolism of Cofactors and Vitamins, Porphyrin and ... small RNA primers for the Okazaki fragments on both template strands at replication forks during chromosomal DNA synthesis' ... small RNA primers for the Okazaki fragments on both template strands at replication forks during chromosomal DNA synthesis' / ... PRODUCT='ATP-dependent RNA helicase, eIF-4A family' 'Function Code:10.11 - Metabolism of Macromolecules, DNA degradation-- ...
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*  Theories - Origin of Life - Page 24 - Biology-Online
During transcription, Enzymes called RNA polymerases build RNA molecules that are complementary to a portion of one strand of ... One of the non ribosomal proteins the nucleolin, is considered to play a key role in the regulation of rRNA transcription, ... Do you mean that I refuse to accept the so called RNA (world) hypothesis as a fact.. If that is what you mean then you are ... perisomal synthesis, ribosomal assembly and maturation.. http://books.google.com/books?id=P_ajeM ... &q&f=false. page 161.. So ...
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*  Transfer ribonucleic acid - Biology-Online Dictionary | Biology-Online Dictionary
There are three major types of RNA involved in this process: (1) messenger RNA, (2) transfer RNA, and (3) ribosomal RNA. ... Ribonucleic acid (RNA) is a nucleic acid marked by being generally single-stranded, and composed of repeating nucleotide units ... A ribonucleic acid RNA involved in protein synthesis, particularly transporting specific amino acid to the ribosome to be added ... Transfer ribonucleic acid or tRNA is the RNA that transports the specific amino acid to the ribosome to be added onto the ...
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*  Messenger ribonucleic acid - Biology-Online Dictionary | Biology-Online Dictionary
There are three major types of RNA involved in this process: (1) messenger RNA, (2) transfer RNA, and (3) ribosomal RNA. ... Ribonucleic acid (RNA) is a nucleic acid marked by being generally single-stranded, and composed of repeating nucleotide units ... A type of RNA that carries the genetic code for a specific protein, and conveys this code from the DNA to the ribosome ... The messenger ribonucleic acid or mRNA is a type of RNA that during protein synthesis carries the code for a specific protein. ...
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