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The dimensions of yeast can now be estimated
Genetic code for specific metabolic functions. Apparently, 11 percent of yeast proteins work on overall metabolism, 3 percent on energy production and storage, DNA transcription and repair,
12 percent in protein synthesis, and 6 percent
Targeting proteins to organs (“responding to”) and secreting them from the cell.
The other two-thirds are proteins.
Cell structure, cell division and
regulation of gene expression.
most important difference between
Yeast gene and E. coli gene contain.
for the protein target. they are the same
seems to be used about single-celled organisms
Same number of genes to make main
cell survival function. It only divides the eukaryotic yeast cell into organelles
This discovery of a gene is a direct, quantitative confirmation of something we know
A century: eukaryotic cell structure is
More complex than prokaryotic cells.
Genes are encrypted by several other variants
contains protein in yeast and more
eukaryotic genes, but not homologous
genes are encoded by the histones of that set
DNA in the Nucleosome.
Gene encoded cytoskeletal and motor
proteins such as actin and tubulin
Genes that encode cyclin-dependent kinases that control cell division
genes that encode the proteins involved
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