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Evolution - a Dual Process By Andreas Polydorou
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In this book I present a Hypothesis that Evolution is a dual process: Ordinary Darwinian Evolution plus another process which forms part of my Hypothesis. This is based on a proposed new RNA. This... More > book considers various unexplained observed phenomena associated with Darwinian evolution and presents a new Hypothesis through which these problems are analysed and possible solutions provided. My Hypothesis does not reject Darwinian evolution. In fact I stress the fact that Darwinian evolution is necessary in the creation of new species and I explain in more detail as to how this is achieved. My Hypothesis simply complements Darwinian evolution in trying to resolve the difficulties that are encountered in the further development of a species towards perfection and enhancement of its chances for survival.< Less
Evolution - a Dual Process By Andreas Polydorou
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In this book I present a Hypothesis that Evolution is a dual process: Ordinary Darwinian Evolution plus another process which forms part of my Hypothesis. This is based on a proposed new RNA. This... More > book considers various unexplained observed phenomena associated with Darwinian evolution and presents a new Hypothesis through which these problems are analysed and possible solutions provided. My Hypothesis does not reject Darwinian evolution. In fact I stress the fact that Darwinian evolution is necessary in the creation of new species and I explain in more detail as to how this is achieved. My Hypothesis simply complements Darwinian evolution in trying to resolve the difficulties that are encountered in the further development of a species towards perfection and enhancement of its chances for survival.< Less
Evolution - a Dual Process By Andreas Polydorou
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Review by S. Smith (Author, Scientific Reviewer) ….Scrumptious mind-fodder. Complex scientific theories are dished up in an exemplary easy-to-read manner, both in the language used and in the... More > layout on the page. This is popular science at its best, his hypotheses argued with enthusiasm, his every supportive example being in itself highly informative and entertaining. ….Excellent. Reads like being given a series of talks by one's favourite professor. Not only does the author deliver up, in entertaining and diverting fashion, scientific history, he works into it the narrative of his own journey of discovery, confesses his trepidations when going against accepted opinion, thus involving us in his temerity and gets us willing him on. Where scientific terms are unavoidable he explains them succinctly in layman's terms. And, in acknowledging that much of life is yet a mystery, so open is he about his own doubts that the reader soon learns to trust his every assertion as a genuinely held belief.< Less
A Short Introduction to Databases By Viji Kumar
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The aim of this book is to explain how discrete items of information (data) e.g. names of individuals or organisations can be linked to other items of information e.g. addresses, dates of birth or... More > amounts invoiced and how that information can be used to drive other processes or produce reports. To explain how databases may be constructed, I shall work through the creation and population of a database reporting football (soccer) leagues, a world-wide phenomenon and I hope, explicable to most adults (young and old). I also discuss protein sequences in genetic databases, DNA and RNA. You should be able to create and manage your own databases if the techniques I have discussed make sense to you. Good luck.< Less
Genetics Genotypes By Homework Help Classof1
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"Mini Mouse has a red nose, and Mickey Mouse has a red nose too. They had several children and of their F1 half of the males had black noses, half the males had red noses, and all of the females... More > had red noses! Mini was also married to another mouse called Timmy. Timmy had a black nose. Mini and Timmy had children and half of all their F1 had black noses, the other half had red noses. A red nose in a mouse is caused by the expression of the R gene. The R gene has one intron. In black nosed mice, the R intron is not removed since these mice are missing a SnRP. This particular SnRP is expressed in noses of red nosed mice. Explain these results by describing how and why introns are removed and Proved the genotypes of Mini, Mickey and Timmy, and their children. "< Less
Devil's Chronicles #0002 - Change your Past By Klaudio Zic
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PAST CHANGER The past and future are the selfsame illusions as now, depending whether the matrix peruses DNA or RNA. In TMD, the “neti neti” process of True Mind Distiller gets done both... More > with future and past, now or never; since these – much like time itself – are merely categories, twin items in default mind, the binary mind of this world. Magick is timeless.< Less
Internal Ribosome Entry Site (IRES) advances and applications By Shara Cohen
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Protein synthesis is a three-stage process, consisting of initiation, elongation and termination. The final stage of gene expression involves numerous cellular proteins and RNAs. The initiation step... More > is the primary focus for regulation. Translation initiation on the majority of cellular mRNAs is mediated by a mechanism involving recognition of the 5’ terminal cap-structure (m7GpppN). However, a different mechanism, termed internal initiation, was first shown to occur on certain uncapped viral mRNAs. An internal ribosome entry site (IRES) element present within the 5’ untranslated region (UTR) of the viral RNA directs initiation of protein synthesis at an internal position hundreds of nucleotides downstream from the 5’ terminus. IRES elements are highly structured and position the ribosome at, or just upstream of, the initiation codon. IRES elements have been found in certain cellular mRNAs; these generally encode proteins involved in apoptosis, cell cycle regulation or stress responses.< Less
Internal Ribosome Entry Site (IRES) advances and applications By Shara Cohen
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Protein synthesis is a three-stage process, consisting of initiation, elongation and termination. The final stage of gene expression involves numerous cellular proteins and RNAs. The initiation step... More > is the primary focus for regulation. Translation initiation on the majority of cellular mRNAs is mediated by a mechanism involving recognition of the 5’ terminal cap-structure (m7GpppN). However, a different mechanism, termed internal initiation, was first shown to occur on certain uncapped viral mRNAs. An internal ribosome entry site (IRES) element present within the 5’ untranslated region (UTR) of the viral RNA directs initiation of protein synthesis at an internal position hundreds of nucleotides downstream from the 5’ terminus. IRES elements are highly structured and position the ribosome at, or just upstream of, the initiation codon. IRES elements have been found in certain cellular mRNAs; these generally encode proteins involved in apoptosis, cell cycle regulation or stress responses.< Less