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Some
These scenes have “spacers,” which is another way to put them.
No work or work. other recurring scenes,
Like telomeric DNA at the ends of chromosomes.
In addition to genes for metabolism, they share prokaryotes, with eukaryotes having genes that represent complex organisms:

Genes that respond to or target proteins in organs, and
Genes to explore cell–cell interactions and cell diversity. Transcription and subsequent mRNA processing are more complex.

Eukaryotes compared to prokaryotes. Smooth Molecular Machine
Allows precise control of genetic expression required for all
The cells of these complex organisms produce and function.
eukaryotic genes.

As biologists begin to solve problems of genetic structure
and came into contact with prokaryotes, and they tried to generalize their
Findings, “True elephants apply to E. coli.” Although prokaryotic biochemistry applies to eukaryotes as well, the old adage has its limit.

Eukaryotic genes are large and complex
compared to prokaryotic genes
Comparison of prokaryotic and eukaryotic genes revealed
many features. Eukaryotic genes are large. genes of eukaryotes
(with reference to haploid DNA content) much higher than
of prokaryotes. This difference is not surprising, given
Biodiversity consists of many types of cells.

Lots of work to do, and lots of protein—all encryption
DNA – That’s what it needs to work. have regular viruses
Enough DNA to code some proteins – approx
10,000 basic pairs (bp). very well studied
The prokaryote, E. coli, contains substantial DNA (about 4.5 million).
PP) to produce thousands of different proteins and regulators

 

 

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