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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.

Nematode gene exacerbates developmental problem
Joins having more than one cell
A new level of eukaryotic complex
Genetic Caenorhabditis elegans is a 1 mm long nematode (roundworm) that is common
live on earth. But it lives in the lab, where it’s a favorite creature of learning.
Developmental Biologist.

In fact, in 2002 the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to researchers who studied the development and control of cell division using these insects. there are insects
Transparent body, which scientists can see for more than 3 days
The egg separates from the seed and almost becomes a small worm
1,000 cells.

Despite the low number of cells, worms are
A nervous system that digests food, reproduces and ages. So it should come as no surprise that a lot of effort has gone into sorting out the genes of this organism.
C. elegans gene is eight times larger
yeast (97 million pb) and fourfold (19,099) of protein-encoding genes. Again, the sequence revealed more
More genes than expected: When the sorting effort began, researchers estimated there were about 6,000 insects
genes and many proteins.

Obviously, it’s still high.
About 3,000 genes are directly homozygous in worms
yeast; These genes code for the primary function of the eukaryotic cell.
What do the rest of the genes do – most insects
Gene – do?
Like single-celled organisms, in addition to living, growing and dividing, multicellular organisms must have genes.
To manipulate cells to form tissues, to divide functions in those tissues, to detect cell differentiation, and to interfere with interactions related to their functions

 

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