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The interesting thing about evolution is that Mother Nature does not go back to the drawing board and start with a completely new design. Evolutionary changes happen in tiny increments. Faced with a problem like the appearance of oxygen in the atmosphere, evolution did not redo the whole genetic structure of plants. It tinkers. So we ended up with a wasteful ...


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That is an evidence that all the creatures share a same ancestor from evolution. About the origin of the genetic code, scientists proposed some hypotheses to explain it. Chemical principles: From the experiments, scientists found that some amino acid have a selective affinity to certain triplet codons. Biosynthetic expansion: The original creatures may ...


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Preamble Any answer regarding the origins of our biochemical evolutionary origin will be reasonably speculative given that this is a very hard question to scientifically test and this field is generally understudied to say it is pretty much the most fundamental biochemical question. But there are a few reasons why RNA makes sense as the prime genetic ...


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The ncRNA sequence from human may bind to the plant protein in the plant cells, but so what? You may be able to say the plant protein works as RNA binding protein, but no more than that. Another concern is that the plant protein may not recognize the same RNA sequence to the human protein. There are several ways to find RNA partners of RNA binding proteins. ...



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