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Interspersed repetitive DNA is found in all eukaryotic genomes. These sequences propagate themselves by RNA mediated transposition and they have been called retrotransposons. Interspersed repetitive DNA elements allow new genes to evolve. They do this by uncoupling...
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Online Medical Dictionary and glossary with medical definitions ... One class termed highly repetitive DNA consists of short sequences, 5-100 ...
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Transposons: Mobile DNA. Class II Transposons ... and SINEs, they also make up a large portion of the "repetitive DNA" of the cell. ...
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DNA reassociation kinetics is used to classify the repetitive DNA sequences. ... Highly repetitive: About 10-15% of mammalian DNA fragments reassociate very rapidly. ...
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repetitive DNA - DNA sequences that are present in a genome in ... News archive for repetitive DNA. Anti-aging compound claims to reset the clock - 21 Aug 2007 ...
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Repetitive DNA, with different selective pressures from those acting on genes ... The repetitive DNA in the genome is also important for evolutionary, genetic, ...
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Repetitive,DNA,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... repetitive DNA ... Kinetically, rDNA s are repetitive DNAs. ...
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Repetitive DNA sequence elements are also fundamental to the cooperative molecular ... Here, we review the surprising abundance of repetitive DNA in ...
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RepeatScout identified 31 highly repetitive DNA elements with repeat units ... Estimates of the repetitive DNA content in insect genomes vary widely. ...
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Britannica online encyclopedia article on repetitive DNA (biochemistry), One major difference between the genomes of prokaryotes and eukaryotes is that most ...
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Repetitive DNA. Few (i.e., 100's) of copies. Can be functionally important genes ... MEE: Repetitive DNA OH 18. rDNA rDNA rDNA rDNA rDNA rDNA rDNA rDNA ...
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Definition of repeat DNA, repetitive DNA in the Online Dictionary. ... repeat DNA, repetitive DNA. Repeat Each Word/group. Repeat Formation Tester ...
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Encyclopedia information on Repetitive DNA ... Repetitive DNA. A surprising portion of any genome consists not of genes or structural elements, ...
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