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Evolution of flagella
... avenues for further research are clear; for prokaryotes, these avenues include the study of secretion systems in free-living, nonvirulent prokaryotes. In eukaryotes, the mechanisms of both mitosis ...
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Talk:Kingdom (biology)
... domains in place of kingdoms for the prokaryotes. Note animal currently identifies that kingdom as ... that makes sense for both domains of prokaryotes and doesn't totally get rid of ...
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Virus
... for self-reproduction. Viruses infect eukaryotes and prokaryotes such as bacteria; viruses infecting prokaryotes are also known as bacteriophages or phages ...
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Kingdom (biology)
... that of Herbert Copeland, who gave the prokaryotes a separate kingdom, originally called Mychota but ... on rRNA studies Carl Woese divided the prokaryotes into two kingdoms, called Eubacteria and Archaebacteria ...
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Talk:Sponge
... are at least two unrelated group of prokaryotes (Eubacteria and Archaea)... --JG As a biologist ... that's dealing with an era before prokaryotes were invented, not really a relevant domain ...
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Carl Woese
... Eukaryotes. Looked at another way, they are Prokaryotes which are not Bacteria. Some feel Woese ... Mayr, objected to his division of the prokaryotes. Not all criticism of him was restricted ...
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Talk:Theory
... eukaryotes as compared to the entirety of prokaryotes. I'm sorry, but that is a ... 22, 30 May 2005 (UTC) The eukaryotes/prokaryotes division does not contradict evolution. If humans ...
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Virology
... their functionality; examples of such tiny parasitic prokaryotes are Mycoplasma and Nanoarchaea. Viruses arose as ... in some sense an intermediate between tiny prokaryotes and ordinary viruses, was described in 2003 ...
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Ribosome
... Structure and function The ribosomal subunits of prokaryotes and eukaryotes are quite similar. However, prokaryotes use 70S ribosomes, each consisting of a ...
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Promoter
... time frames. Promoter sequences Prokaryotic promoters In prokaryotes, the promoter consists of two short sequences ... is absolutely essential to start transcription in prokaryotes. The other sequence at -35 usually consists ...
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