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1) Generally, DNA forms small amount of total mass of eukaryote cells. Apparently, due to large amount of so called "junk DNA" (although this term biased, there are parts of junk DNA that are shown to be useful, albeit directly non-coding, but other parts are shown to be complete junk and even harmful). Thus, eukaryote cells do not generally optimize for low ...

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