Annual review of genetics; v.39, 2005.0824312392
Annual review of genetics; v.39, 2005.
Ed. by Allan Campbell et al.
The 2005 edition of the annual series collects the results of recent research on the genetic mechanisms at work in bacteria, plants, and animals. The longest of the 24 articles propose that mitochondrial mitochondrial
pertaining to mitochondria.
a unique set of tRNAs, mRNAs, rRNAs, transcribed from mitochondrial DNA by a mitochondrial-specific RNA polymerase, that account for about 4% of the total cell RNA that decline and mtDNA damage are central to the etiology of age-related diseases, and review the genetic control of embryonic axis formation in zebrafish. Other topics include regulation of tryptophan tryptophan (trĭp`təfăn), organic compound, one of the 20 amino acids commonly found in animal proteins. Only the l-stereoisomer appears in mammalian protein. biosynthesis Biosynthesis
The synthesis of more complex molecules from simpler ones in cells by a series of reactions mediated by enzymes. The overall economy and survival of the cell is governed by the interplay between the energy gained from the breakdown of compounds in bacillus subtilis, the molecular signatures of natural selection, switches in bacteriophage lambda development, non- homologous end joining in yeast, and chromatin chromatin: see chromosome. remodeling in dosage compensation.
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