4 edition of Evolutionary tinkering in gene expression found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Marianne Grunberg-Manago, Brian F.C. Clark, and Hans G. Zachau.|
|Series||NATO ASI series., v. 169|
|Contributions||Grunberg-Manago, Marianne, 1921-, Clark, Brian F. C., Zachau, Hans G., North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division., Federation of European Biochemical Societies.|
|LC Classifications||QH450 .N38 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 275 p. :|
|Number of Pages||275|
|LC Control Number||89008493|
Abstract. Recent experiments on the genetic control of eye development have opened up a completely new perspective on eye evolution. The demonstration that targeted expression of one and the same master control gene, that is, Pax6 can induce the formation of ectopic eyes in both insects and vertebrates, necessitates a reconsideration of the dogma of a Cited by: Using Synthetic Biology to Understand Review the Evolution of Gene Expression Travis S. Bayer1,2 The evolution of phenotype is often based on changes in gene expression rather than changes in protein-coding sequence. Gene expression is controlled by complex networks of interacting regulators that act through a variety of biochemical mechanisms.
Evolution as Tinkering. François Jacob won the Nobel Prize in for his work on the lac operon. He is also known for his thoughts on evolution, especially the concept of a tinkerer. The idea deserves to be better known so I present a long quotation from his little book The possible and the Actual published in Description. This book describes the driving forces behind the evolutionary process at the molecular and genome levels, the effects of the various molecular mechanisms on the structure of genes, proteins, and genomes, the methodology and the analytical tools involved in dealing with molecular data from an evolutionary perspective, and the logic of evolutionary hypothesis .
Mitochondrial Gene Expression: A Playground of Evolutionary Tinkering Mitochondrial Gene Expression: A Playground of Evolutionary Tinkering Neupert, Walter Aerobically living organisms meet their energy requirements mainly by oxidative phosphorylation. In a number of steps, they transduce the potential energy contained in . These maps of promoter and enhancer activity show the progression of regulatory innovation with evolution. The limb bud at human embryonic day 33 was the earliest stage profiled by Cotney et al Cited by: 2.
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About this book The Workshop on "Evolutionary Tinkering in Gene Expression" which was held at the end of August was planned to celebrate 20 successful Advanced Study Institutes (A.
I.) in Molecular and Cell Biology. The Workshop on "Evolutionary Tinkering in Gene Expression" which was held at the end of August was planned to celebrate 20 successful Advanced Study Institutes (A. I.) in Molecular and Cell Biology. The first Institute was held in on the Island of Spetsai.
after a N. suggestion and was entirely financed by N. NATO/FEBS Advanced Research Workshop on Evolutionary Tinkering in Gene Expression ( Spetsai, Greece). Evolutionary tinkering in gene expression.
New York: Plenum Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. The Workshop on "Evolutionary Tinkering in Gene Expression" which was held at the end of August was planned to celebrate 20 successful Advanced Study Institutes (A.S.I.) in Molecular and Cell Biology.
The first Institute was held in on the Island of Spetsai. after a N.A.T.O. suggestion and was entirely financed by N.A.T.O. Multigenic families of Plant Defensin type 1 (PDF1) have been described in several species, including the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana as well as zinc tolerant and hyperaccumulator A.
halleri. In A. thaliana, PDF1 transcripts (AtPDF1) accumulate in response to pathogen attack following synergic activation of ethylene/jasmonate by: For most, the liver might not be the first organ to think of as representative of mammalian diversity and evolution.
However, its conserved function, distinctive morphology and broadly comparable gene expression prof 13 enable an understanding of the dynamics of the evolution of regulatory elements over larger evolutionary by: 6.
tRNA genes and components of their basic transcription machinery provide well-documented examples for the conservation of cis-acting elements and trans-acting factors from lower to higher eukaryotes Cited by: 1. Download Citation | Mitochondrial Gene Expression: A Playground of Evolutionary Tinkering | This article introduces the Mitochondria theme of the Annual Review of Author: Walter Neupert.
In his essay "Evolution and Tinkering," published in Science inFrançois Jacob argues that a common analogy between the process of evolution by natural selection and the methods of engineering is problematic. Instead, he proposes to describe the process of evolution with the concept of bricolage (tinkering).
Purchase Maximizing Gene Expression - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Rates of expression change in lineages and organs.
The branch lengths from the common ancestor of all species to the tips of the tree are remarkably similar (Supplementary Fig. 2), suggesting that gene expression evolution has proceeded at comparable rates in different mammalian by: Gene expression is the use of a gene whose product is necessary for that moment.
It may be a moment during development, it may be a moment of increased anxiety, or it may be in response to an environmental change. Whenever a particular protein is needed, gene expression provides it. Gene Expression. Each of your cells has at le genes. The gene products of these genomes work in concert with those of the nuclear genome to ensure proper organelle metabolism and biogenesis.
This book explores the forces that have shaped the evolution of organelle genomes and the expression of the genes encoded.
Gene duplication has long been believed to have played a major role in the rise of biological novelty through evolution of new function and gene expression patterns. The first book to examine gene duplication across all levels of biological organization, Evolution after Gene Duplication presents a comprehensive picture of the mechanistic 5/5(1).
In Gene Sharing and Evolution Piatigorsky explores the generality and implications of gene sharing throughout evolution and argues that most if not all proteins perform a variety of functions in the same and in different species, and that this is a fundamental necessity for evolution.
This article introduces the Mitochondria theme of the Annual Review of Biochemistry, Volume Mitochondrial Gene Expression: A Playground of Evolutionary Tinkering | Cited by: the evolution of mitochondria; organization and regulation of mitochondrial protein synthesis; structure and function of the mitochondrial ribosomes; maintenance and expression of mammalian mitochondrial dna; outlook; disclosure statement; literature cited.
Grunberg-Manago M. et al. () Translational Control of Gene Expression in E. Coli: The Case of Threonyl-tRNA Synthetase. In: Grunberg-Manago M., Clark B.F.C., Zachau H.G. (eds) Evolutionary Tinkering in Gene : M. Grunberg-Manago, H. Moine, M. Springer, P. Romby, J.-P. Ebel, C. Ehresmann, B. Ehrosmann.
Cell type phylogenetics informs this question by comparing gene expression of homologous cell types in distantly related taxa. editing a series of books on Evolutionary Cell Biology, the first Author: Brian K Hall. Evolutionary origin of a novel gene expression pattern through co-option of the latent activities of existing regulatory sequences Mark Rebeiza,b,1, Nick Jikomesa,1, Victoria A.
Kassnera, and Sean B. Carrolla,2 aHoward Hughes Medical Institute and Laboratory of Molecular Biology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI ; and bDepartment of Biological Sciences.
The DNA sequence of a conserved region of the mouse Pax6 gene is from 77 to 85 percent identical to homologs from distant animal relatives. Yet the amino acid sequence identity among the homologs is percent (See Figure ).Wilson AC, Sarich VM, Maxson LR () The importance of gene rearrangement in evolution.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A – View Article Google Scholar Jacob F () Evolution and tinkering. Science – View Article Google Scholar Cited by: Synthetic biology is not only a contemporary reformulation of the recombinant DNA technologies of the last 30 years, combined with descriptive language imported from electrical and industrial engineering.
It is also a new way to interpret living systems and a statement of intent for the use and reprogramming of biological objects for human benefit. In Cited by: 2.