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  • often in view of reluctant acceptance." Def. the scientific study of the archaea is called archaeaology. "The B recognition element (BRE) is a DNA sequence
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  • sequence found in the promoter region of most genes in eukaryotes and Archaea." "The BRE is a cis-regulatory element that is found immediately upstream
    6 KB (660 words) - 11:57, 18 April 2016
  • Figure 2) There are three major forms of life on Earth, bacteria, archaea and eukaryotes (Figure 3). RNA polymerase in bacteria is less complex than
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  • sequence (cis-regulatory element) found in the promoter region of genes in archaea and eukaryotes; approximately 24% of human genes contain a TATA box within
    16 KB (1,908 words) - 02:50, 14 April 2016
  • none of the 124 sequences we analyzed were similar to those of the Archaea, Archaea are probably not a dominant group in this soil. [...] With respect
    14 KB (1,668 words) - 02:35, 27 June 2016
  • A sequence found in the gene region of most genes in and archaea.
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  • Kingdoms/Protista Kingdom Completed Classified Kingdoms/Animalia Kingdom Completed +Note: We need the Archaea Kingdom, feel free to add it on to our list!
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  • sequence (cis-regulatory element) found in the promoter region of genes in archaea and eukaryotes; approximately 24% of human genes contain a TATA box within
    20 KB (2,232 words) - 05:30, 18 March 2016
  • sequence found in the promoter region of most genes in eukaryotes and Archaea. The BRE is a cis-regulatory element that is found immediately upstream
    29 KB (3,492 words) - 11:41, 14 April 2016
  • (era) The Paleoarchean era is bound at 3.6 to 3.2 billion years ago. Both archaea and eubacteria evolved during the paleoarchean, implying that the last
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  • "is a cis-regulatory element" found in the promoter region of genes in archaea and eukaryotes. "About 24% of human genes have a TATA-like element and
    14 KB (1,399 words) - 15:43, 1 July 2016
  • Patrick P. Dennis (21 April 2000). "Homologs of Small Nucleolar RNAs in Archaea". Science 288 (5465): 517-22. doi:10.1126/science.288.5465.517. ftp://selab
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  • Parameswara Achutha Kurup (2011). "Actinide Dependent Shadow Biosphere of Archaea and Viroids and Hemispheric Dominance". Advances in Natural Science 4 (2):
    38 KB (4,297 words) - 03:47, 11 April 2016
  • eukaryotes (animals, plants, protists, and fungi) and prokaryotes (bacteria and archaea). A virus that infects bacteria is known as a bacteriophage, often shortened
    7 KB (789 words) - 15:48, 13 March 2016
  • sequence (cis-regulatory element) found in the promoter region of genes in archaea and eukaryotes; approximately 24% of human genes contain a TATA box within
    25 KB (2,834 words) - 22:49, 15 June 2016
  • Properties common to these organisms—plants, animals, fungi, protists, archaea and bacteria—are a carbon- and water-based cellular form with complex organization
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  • "However, at depth, the subseafloor metagenome becomes a unique dataset, with Archaea becoming a dominant group based on ribosomal sequence analysis." "A variety
    69 KB (8,394 words) - 00:42, 11 April 2016
  • the eukaryotic transcription initiation complex. Transcription in the archaea domain is similar to transcription in eukaryotes. Transcription begins
    15 KB (1,748 words) - 04:56, 25 July 2016
  • evolution; Theodosius Dobzhansky; Grouping Species; three domains of Bacteria; Archaea; Eukarya; dual nature of unity and diversity; Charles Darwin; On the Origin
    2 KB (188 words) - 18:03, 18 May 2016
  • "However, at depth, the subseafloor metagenome becomes a unique dataset, with Archaea becoming a dominant group based on ribosomal sequence analysis.". Fact
    127 KB (16,487 words) - 00:26, 13 April 2016

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