Tag: gene expression
In “Junk DNA,” Here Are Benefits of Seeking Function
You wouldn’t toss out all the punctuation in a book as “junk ABC” now, would you? Punctuation has a function.
How Plants Talk When We’re Not Around
One genuine surprise in recent decades has been the discovery that plants have nervous systems like animals.
Researchers: What’s Evolutionary Debris to You Is Unexplored Territory to Us
From a new, open-access article, “Implications of the first complete human genome assembly.”
Application of ID: Leveraging Design Triangulation to Anticipate Biological Redundancy
In previous posts, I’ve covered how neo-Darwinism can make biological redundancy more confusing than it should be.
New BIO-Complexity Paper Details Complexity of Function and Assembly of Bacterial Flagellum
The author, Dean Schulz, an engineer with a PhD in computer science, takes a “bottom up” approach.