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Mobile genetic elements
|Statement||edited by Wolfgang J. Miller and Pierre Capy.|
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|Pagination||xii, 289 p. :|
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Mobile DNA Element-Transposable! 1. COMPILED BY PRITHIVI RAJ GURUNG Central Department of Botany, TU, Nepal 2. OUTLINE Origin of Junk DNA Hypothesis Types of Junk DNA Mobile DNA Element: Overview Rate of Transposition, Induction and Defence Classification of Transposons Transposable Elements in Bacteria Mobile Genetic Elements in . Mobile genetic elements: protocols and genomic applications Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Scanned in .
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Mobile Genetic Elements is a new book on the subject edited by D. Sherratt. If the topic itself is diverse and difficult to define, so is Sherratt's book. Readers looking for an update of Berg and Howe's massive treatment (, American Society of Microbiology) will not find it here. This book describes how such elements can influence the biology and evolution of all organisms and provides important unifying information on mechanisms of element mobility. Moreover, the book contains invaluable methodologies for using mobile genetic elements as tools in the analysis of gene structure and : David Sherratt.
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Transposable elements are used as genetic tools for dissecting the function of a specific gene and elaborating on mechanisms leading to genetic change and diversity, and the evolutionary impact of mobile DNA on the biology and evolution of organism. Mobile genetic elements (MGEs) are a type of genetic material that can move around within a genome, or that can be transferred from one species or replicon to another.
MGEs are found in all organisms. In humans, approximately 50% of the genome is thought to be MGEs. MGEs play a distinct role in evolution. mobile genetic elements Download mobile genetic elements or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get mobile genetic elements book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. The book also shows how natural the activity of mobile elements can be in diverse biological situations.
The chapters describe several well-studied cases in which genetic determinants—often identified as specific nucleic acid sequences—repeatedly change their positions within or between cellular genomes. Betsy Foxman, in Molecular Tools and Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Trace Mobile Genetic Elements.
Mobile genetic elements are sequences of genetic material that can change places on a chromosome, and be exchanged between chromosomes, between bacteria, and even between species. A type of mobile genetic element known as a plasmid can integrate directly. State-of-the-art and highly practical, Mobile Genetic Elements: Protocols and Genomic Applications offers investigators powerful genetic tools for dissecting the function of a specific gene, elaborating on the mechanisms leading to genetic change and diversity, and studying the evolutionary impact of mobile DNA on the biology and evolution of.
Get this from a library. Mobile genetic elements. [David J Sherratt;] -- This study describes how such elements can influence the biology and evolution of all organisms and provides unifying information on the mechanisms of element mobility.
Moreover, the book contains. Transposable elements are used as genetic tools for dissecting the function of a specific gene and elaborating on mechanisms leading to genetic change and diversity, and the evolutionary impact of mobile DNA on the biology and evolution of organism.
In, Mobile Genetic Elements: Protocols and. Transposable elements (TEs)-DNA sequences that are capable of moving from one chromosome location to another-are found in all living organisms. They have been increasingly investigated in a wide spectrum of species, including bacteria, plants, fungi.
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The dust jacket is missing. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Mobile Genetic Elements by Shapiro, James A. Introduction. Transposable elements (TEs) are mobile genetic elements that are widely distributed in bacteria, archaea, and eukaryotes.
1 TEs are generally thought to replicate and spread in their host genomes as primarily “selfish” genetic units. 2, 3 However, recent genomic and experimental data suggest that the “selfish” TEs could evolve a spectrum of relationships with their hosts.
Mobile genetic elements are present in all organisms. They are a major cause of spontaneous genetic change and are now exploited as important tools for obtaining mutants, isolating genes, and for studying gene expression. A key role of mobile genetic elements is their self-proliferation; they are "selfish-DNA".Author: David Sherratt.
This book provides a timely, state of the art update on the properties of an important selection of different bacterial integrative mobile genetic elements and the myriad of different ways in which they move and influence the biology of the host bacterium.
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The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. In, Mobile Genetic Elements: Protocols and Genomic Applications, Second Edition gathers a wide array of strategies and protocols for identifying transposable elements (TEs) and their evolutionary derivatives, and for studying genome structure, function, and : Yves Bigot.
Movement of Mobile Elements Involves a DNA or RNA Intermediate. Barbara McClintock discovered the first mobile elements while doing classical genetic experiments in maize (corn) during the s.
She characterized genetic entities that could move into and back out of genes, changing the phenotype of corn kernels. Book Description. Substantial proportions of the genome of most eukaryotes, including those of metazoan parasites, are comprised of repetitive sequences.
Mobile genetic elements (MGEs) constitute much of the repetitive component, particularly the interspersed sequences. J.A. Shapiro:Discovery and Significance of Mobile Genetic Elements 8/4/04 3 "dissociation" and labelled the responsible element at the breakage site Ds. The breakages could be followed by observing clonal patches of tissue (sectors) in either maize plants or kernels in which dominant markers distal to Ds on the chromosome had been lost.
This study describes how such elements can influence the biology and evolution of all organisms and provides unifying information on the mechanisms of element mobility. Moreover, the book contains methodologies for using mobile genetic elements as tools in the analysis of gene structure and function.
Contents 1. Mobile genetic elements by elements. Publication date Topics Mobile genetic elements Publisher Academic Press Digitizing sponsor Kahle/Austin Foundation Contributor Internet Archive Language English.
Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA City New York Donor Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF.Horizontally transferred genes were frequently disseminated among bacterial populations as components of mobile genetic elements, such as plasmids, phages, and transposons.
This chapter focuses on bacterial pathogens, and in particular, on the role of sequence-specific mechanisms for intercellular gene transfer in the evolution of such organisms.This study describes how such elements can influence the biology and evolution of all organisms and provides unifying information on the mechanisms of element mobility.
Moreover, the book contains methodologies for using mobile genetic elements as tools in the analysis of gene structure and function.