The evolution of the genome

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    Interpreting mammalian evolution using Fugu genome comparisons  64%

    Short Communication Interpreting mammalian evolution using Fugu genome comparisons Ivan Ovcharenko*, Lisa Stubbs, Gabriela G. Loots* Genome Biology Division, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, 7000 East Avenue,

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    Genomes and Their Evolution   58%

    Concept 21.6 Comparing genome sequences provides clues to evolution and development Comparisons of genome sequences from different species tell about the evolutionary history of life. The more similar in sequence the genes and genomes of two species, the more closely related those species are in their evolutionary history.

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    Theory of prokaryotic genome evolution   56%

    Theory of prokaryotic genome evolution Itamar Sela a, Yuri I. Wolf , and Eugene V. Koonina,1 aNational Center for Biotechnology Information, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 20894

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    Genome Evolution in Three Species of Cactophilic Drosophila  54%

    Genome Evolution in Three Species of Cactophilic Drosophila Alejandro Sanchez-Flores,* Fernando Peñaloza,* Javier Carpinteyro-Ponce,†,‡ Nestor Nazario-Yepiz,† Cei Abreu-Goodger,† Carlos A. Machado,‡,1 and Therese Ann Markow†,§,1 *Unidad de Secuenciación Masiva y Bioinformática, Instituto de Biotecnología, Universidad Nacional ...

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    Gene & Genome Evolution - University of Washington  52%

    Human Genome 3.2 x 10^9 nucleotide pairs on 22 autosomes & 2 sex chromosomes Suppose each nucleotide is 1mm, then whole genome is 3200km (on average a gene every 300m, for 30m long, but only 1 meter of actual code) Individual humans differ by 1 in 1000 nucleotide Human Genome Project includes a variety of individuals Characteristics:

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    Genetic Evidence for Evolution   51%

    •Evidence for evolution from microbiology •Basics of genetics •Ubiquitous proteins and DNA sequences •Evolution in the lab •Speciation in nature NOTE: many slides in the four evolution lectures obtained from Web sources: Ken Miller [“Hot Science, Cool Talks” at UT Austin], Elizabeth Saunders, Carl Wozniak, Caltech Bio 1

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    The impact of retrotransposons on human genome evolution  48%

    The impact of retrotransposons on human genome evolution Richard Cordaux* and Mark A. Batzer‡ Abstract | Their ability to move within genomes gives transposable elements an intrinsic propensity to affect genome evolution. Non-long terminal repeat (LTR) retrotransposons

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    Describe the SNPs how can it be MBioS503: Genome & Evolution  44%

    between genome size and cell functionality •Understand the role of DNA mutations and evolution 2 Objectives: Genome & Evolution 1, no award point Term + ome Genome:The complete set of sequences in the genetic material of an organism. •It includes the sequence of each chromosome plus any DNA in organelles. Transcriptome:The complete set of

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    RUMINANT GENOMICS Large-scale ruminant genome sequencing ...  39%

    25Department of Evolution and Ecology and the UC Davis Genome Center, University of California, Davis, CA, 95616, USA. 26Section for Ecology and Evolution, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen, DK-2100 Copenhagen, Denmark. *These authors contributed equally to this work. †Corresponding author.

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    PATTERNS OF GENOME SIZE EVOLUTION IN TETRAODONTIFORM FISHES  27%

    brief communications 2363 evolution, 55(11), 2001, pp. 2363–2368 patterns of genome size evolution in tetraodontiform fishes elizabeth l. brainerd,1 sandra s. slutz,2 edward k. hall,3 and randall w. phillis

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