Free eBook Genes and Gene Regulation (New Studies in Biology) download
by Norman MacLean
Author: Norman MacLean
Publisher: Hodder Arnold (September 1, 1989)
Category: Math Science
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
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Discusses the gene itself without emphasizing its DNA components. Written at level suitable for use by undergraduate students.
Discusses the gene itself without emphasizing its DNA components.
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Norman Maclean is an Emeritus Professor of Genetics at The University of Southampton. Besides genetics he has worked in wildlife conservation and river management. He has been a Director of the Test and Itchen Association, and a panel member of the European Food Safety Authority. He is an elected Fellow of the Institute of Biology and the Linnaean Society
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a Introns of genes encoding ribosomal proteins in Saccharomyces cerevisiae regulate the expression of both the intron-containing ribosomal protein genes and their paralogues, and this has important outcomes in cells: for example, increased fitness under stress. 70% of ribosomal protein paralogue pairs show differential expression. b In plants, ribosomal protein paralogues have different functions and different expression patterns.
Science ·Biology ·Gene regulation ·Gene regulation in bacteria. They're gonna have different enzyme proteins inside of their cytoplasm. Operons and gene regulation in bacteria. Ap bio: IST‑2 (eu), IST‑2. And so DNA regulation, one way to think about it is, well if they have the exact same genome, how do they regulate which of those genes are being transcribed and then translated and which ones aren't? And even if you think about a unicellular organism. Right here we have a bacterium.
Regulation of gene expression (or gene regulation) includes the processes that cells and viruses use to regulate the way that the information in genes is turned into gene products. Although a functional gene product can be an RNA, the majority of known mechanisms regulate protein coding genes. Any step of the gene's expression may be modulated, from DNA-RNA transcription to the post-translational modification of a protein.
Gene Regulation and Metabolism. Post-Genomic Computational Approaches. Julio Collado-Vides is Professor and Head of the Laboratory of Computational Biology at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Cuernavaca
Gene Regulation and Metabolism. Julio Collado-Vides is Professor and Head of the Laboratory of Computational Biology at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Cuernavaca. Ralf Hofestädt is Professor of Bioinformatics and Medical Informatics at the University of Bielefeld.
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Genes limited to particular clades, taxonomically restricted genes (TRGs), are common in all . Origins of new genes and evolution of their novel functions.
Genes limited to particular clades, taxonomically restricted genes (TRGs), are common in all sequenced genomes. However, TRGs that underlie ancient lineage specific traits have been largely omitted from discussions of the general importance of TRGs. No matter how one defines toolkit, most studies in biology are on the most conserved genes. We argue this is for two reasons.