5 edition of Evolution by gene duplication. found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Gene duplication.|
|LC Classifications||QH431 .O43 1970b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 160 p.|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||70878422|
During the early evolution of life, gene duplication, the production of two copies of a DNA sequence, allowed the rapid diversification of enzymatically catalyzed reactions and an increase in genome size, providing also material for the invention of new enzymatic properties and complex regulatory and developmental patterns. A duplication may involve (i) a part of a gene, (ii) a Cited by: 9. Using diagrams, distinguish between the four processes that could lead to gene duplication. 7. Explain how the globin gene superfamily illustrates the importance of gene duplication in genome evolution. 8. Discuss the impact of gene duplication on the evolution of the homeotic selector genes of eukaryotes. by: 1.
Thus, gene duplication can be a major mechanism for the evolution of new traits (Ohta ), and redundancies of tumor suppressor genes in large and long . Gene duplication is but one type of genomic change that can lead to evolutionary novelties. Novel functions can arise from the co-option of existing genes (True and Carroll, ), new genes can arise de novo from intergenic space (Tautz and Domazet-Lošo, ; Schlötterer, ), and new transcriptional regulatory sites can come into existence that alter gene Cited by:
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 process by which gene duplication may . 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 Brand: Wiley.
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Had evolution been entirely dependent upon natural selection, from a bacterium only numerous forms of bacteria would have emerged. The creation of metazoans, vertebrates and finally mammals from unicellular organisms would have been quite impos sible, for such big leaps in evolution required the creation of new gene loci with previously.
Evolution after Gene Duplication is the first venue in which gene duplication is examined across all levels of biological organization in order to present a comprehensive picture of the mechanistic process by which gene duplication may have played a part in generating biodiversity.
Bringing together experts from various disciplines, the book:5/5(1). Evolution by Gene Duplication. Authors: Ohno, Susumu Evolution by gene duplication.
book Preview. Buy this book eB59 for such big leaps in evolution required the creation of new gene loci with previously nonexistent functions.
Only the cistron which became redun dant was able to escape from the relentless pressure of natural selection, and by escaping, it Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Evolution by Gene Duplication Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed.
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Click Download or Read Online button to get evolution by gene duplication book now. This site is like a library. Susumu Ohno was the first to comprehensively elucidate the potential of gene duplication, in his book Evolution by Gene Duplication, published more than 30 years ago.
The prescience of Ohno's book is highlighted by the fact that his book has almost certainly been cited more times in the past five years than in the first five years after its Cited by: evolution were proposed [2–4].
Ohno’s seminal book inEvolution by Gene Duplication , further popular-ized this idea among biologists. It was, however, not until the late s, when many genome sequences were deter-mined and analyzed, that the prevalence and importance of gene duplication was clearly demonstrated.
Through. In Cell Biology (Third Edition), Gene duplication and divergent evolution within each family produced genes for multiple receptor isoforms that interact with different ligands. Members of each family share one or more structurally homologous domains.
Isoforms in some families share both ligand-binding and signal-transducing strategies (eg, seven-helix receptors and cytokine. The potential role of gene duplication in evolution was subsequently suggested and possible scenarios of duplicate gene evolution were proposed 2, 3, 4.
Ohno's seminal book inEvolution by Gene Duplication, further popularized this idea among biologists. It was, however, not until the late s, when many genome sequences were determined Cited by: 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. General Overviews. There are a few books on gene duplication.
Ohno is a classic book that forcefully argued for the importance of gene duplication in evolution and substantially raised evolutionary biologists’ interest in the topic.
Ohta is a monograph that included the author’s theoretical population genetic analysis of gene duplication and gene family evolution. The first book to examine gene duplication across all levels of biological organization, Evolution after Gene Duplication presents a comprehensive picture of the mechanistic process by which gene duplication may have played a.
Gene duplication is the major source of genetic novelties, because a duplicate copy may be free to change to a new function. Indeed, genome sequencing and Author: Wen-Hsiung Li. For example, in their book, Hemoglobin: Structure, Function and Evolution (), Richard Dickerson and Irving Geis argue that some of these substitutions occurred prior to the gene duplication: That is to say, the early hemoglobin evolved into a tetramer (or possibly a dimer) prior to its diverging into the.
and. chains. Such a suggestion is. Springer-Verlag, - Evolution - pages 0 Reviews The creation of life based on the inherent complementality between purine and pyrimidine bases; Mutation and the conservative nature of natural selection; Why gene duplication; Mechanisms of gene duplication; Evolution of verbrate genomes.
Gene duplication is believed to play a major role in evolution; this stance has been held by members of the scientific community for over years. It has been argued that gene duplication is the most important evolutionary force since the emergence of.
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The book Gene Duplication consists of 21 chapters divided in 3 parts: General Aspects, A Look at Some Gene Families and Examining Bundles of Genes.
The importance of the study of Gene Duplication stems from the realization that the dynamic process of duplication is the "sine qua non" underlying the evolution of all living matter.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages illustrations 26 cm: Contents: Part 1: The creation of life based on the inherent complementality between purine and pyrimidine bases --Part 2: Mutation and the conservative nature of natural selection --Part 3: Why gene duplication?--Part 4: Mechanisms of gene duplication --Part 5:.
RNA N 6-methyladenosine (m6A) modification is the most abundant form of RNA epigenetic modification in eukaryotes. Given that m6A evolution is associated with the selective constraints of nucleotide sequences in mammalian genomes, we hypothesize that m6A evolution can be linked, at least in part, to genomic duplication events in complex polyploid plant by: 4.
While many de novo genes ultimately vanish, some cling to existence and take on essential jobs. Dr. Tautz said the rise of these genes might be as important a factor in evolution as gene duplication.