... flagella .
The archaeal flagellum is another prokaryote
flagellum that is found exclusively in the archaea (also known as ... also called a cilium or undulipodium, is completely different from the prokaryote
flagella in structure and in evolutionary origin. The only thing that the ...
... can be stored much more economically. Several proteins can be encoded in a DNA sequence whose length would only be enough for two proteins in the prokaryote
way of coding.
Others have noted that it is unnecessary to change the DNA of a gene for the evolution of a new protein. Instead, a new way of ...
... metaphase length in the process.
... for producing monoclonal antibody developed by Kohler and Milstein
1980 Modern biotech is characterized by recombinant DNA technology . The prokaryote
model, E. coli , is used to produce insulin and other medicine, in human form. (About 5% of diabetics are allergic to animal insulins available ...
Important publications in microbiology
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... Prokaryotes are unicellular (in rare cases, multicellular ) organisms without a nucleus . The name prokaryote
comes from the Greek pros meaning before and karyon meaning nut, referring to the nucleus. This is in contrast to eukaryotes , organisms that ...