Evolution of the Eukaryotic Nucleus

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Evolution of the Eukaryotic Nucleus

Postby stcordova » Tue Mar 27, 2018 2:06 pm


Now it mentions "evolutionary conserved". The problem here is that proteins alone don't make a frog. You can put a frog in a blender, run the blender, and have a soup of proteins. At issues is how, even with proteins available, do the proteins get organized into the right locations at the right time in the right way.

To that end, the phylogenetic explanation:


The nucleus represents a major evolutionary transition. As a consequence of separating translation from transcription many new functions arose, which likely contributed to the remarkable success of eukaryotic cells. Here we will consider what has recently emerged on the evolutionary histories of several key aspects of nuclear biology; the nuclear pore complex, the lamina, centrosomes and evidence for prokaryotic origins of relevant players.
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