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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH, HC runder Rücken kaschiert, 320 Seiten, L=297mm, B=210mm, H=24mm, Gew.=1149gr, [GR: 16930 - HC/Allgemeinmedizin/Diagnostik/Therapie], Gebunden, Klappentext: The existence of transposable elements was implied by Barbara McClintock in the 1940s, based on genetic experiments, and verified in the 1970s by molecular biology. Today, hundreds of elements have been detected in all living organisms and are believed to represent more than 15% of every organism's genome. Major questions remain to be answered concerning how transposable elements have evolved within the context of interacting host genomes. These questions are of great interest because transposable elements may have had a significant impact on the evolution of host genome structure and the ability of populations and species to successfully adapt to their environments. In this book, complementary aspects of the evolution impact of transposable elements are discussed in papers presented by participants of the ESF workshop entitled `Evolution and Role of Transposable Elements' which was held at CNRS in Gif-sur-Yvette, France in September 1996. The presentations cover four major topics of active investigation: the structure and evolution of transposable elements, transposable elements and heterochromatin, dynamics and regulation of transposable elements, and transposable elements and host phylogenies. The existence of transposable elements was implied by Barbara McClintock in the 1940s, based on genetic experiments, and verified in the 1970s by molecular biology. Today, hundreds of elements have been detected in all living organisms and are believed to represent more than 15% of every organism's genome. Major questions remain to be answered concerning how transposable elements have evolved within the context of interacting host genomes. These questions are of great interest because transposable elements may have had a significant impact on the evolution of host genome structure and the ability of populations and species to successfully adapt to their environments. In this book, complementary aspects of the evolution impact of transposable elements are discussed in papers presented by participants of the ESF workshop entitled `Evolution and Role of Transposable Elements' which was held at CNRS in Gif-sur-Yvette, France in September 1996. The presentations cover four major topics of active investigation: the structure and evolution of transposable elements, transposable elements and heterochromatin, dynamics and regulation of transposable elements, and transposable elements and host phylogenies.

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During the last 50 years, the perception oftransposable elements (TEs) has changed considerably from selfish DNA to sequences that may contribute significantly to genome function and evolution. The recent increased interest in TEs is based on the realization that they are a major genetic component (at least 10-20%) of all organisms and a major contributor to the mutation process. It is currently estimated that 70-80% of spontaneous mutations are the result of TE-mediated insertions, deletions, or chromosomal rearrangements. Thus, it seems at least plausible that TEs may playa significant role in the adaptation and evolution of natural populations and species. The ubiquity of TEs suggests that they are an old component of genomes which have been vertically transmitted through generations over evolutionary time. However, detailed analyses carried out over the last 20 years have revealed several unusual features of TE evolution: (i) TEs can be horizontally transferred between species; (ii) TE evolutionary rates can be dramatically increased by specific inactivation processes, such as the RIP (Repeat Induced Point mutation) mechanism in fungi; (iii) TEs can influence the regulation of other TEs by insertion or deletion; (iv) different classes of TEs in even distantly related species can be remarkably similar in both structure and function. Books Science and Geography~~Biology, Life Sciences~~Life Sciences: General Issues Evolution And Impact Of Transposable Elements~~Book~~9780792346906 The existence of transposable elements was implied by Barbara McClintock in the 1940s, based on genetic experiments, and verified in the 1970s by molecular biology. Today, hundreds of elements have been detected in all living organisms and are believed to represent more than 15% of every organism's genome. Major questions remain to be answered concerning how transposable elements have evolved within the context of interacting host genomes. These questions are of great interest because transposable elements may have had a significant impact on the evolution of host genome structure and the ability of populations and species to successfully adapt to their environments. In this book, complementary aspects of the evolution impact of transposable elements are discussed in papers presented by participants of the ESF workshop entitled `Evolution and Role of Transposable Elements' which was held at CNRS in Gif-sur-Yvette, France in September 1996. The presentations cover four major topics of active investigation: the structure and evolution of transposable elements, transposable elements and heterochromatin, dynamics and regulation of transposable elements, and transposable elements and host phylogenies.

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: Springer Netherlands], During the last 50 years, the perception oftransposable elements (TEs) has changed considerably from selfish DNA to sequences that may contribute significantly to genome function and evolution. The recent increased interest in TEs is based on the realization that they are a major genetic component (at least 10--20%) of all organisms and a major contributor to the mutation process. It is currently estimated that 70--80% of spontaneous mutations are the result of TE-mediated insertions, deletions, or chromosomal rearrangements. Thus, it seems at least plausible that TEs may playa significant role in the adaptation and evolution of natural populations and species. The ubiquity of TEs suggests that they are an old component of genomes which have been vertically transmitted through generations over evolutionary time. However, detailed analyses carried out over the last 20 years have revealed several unusual features of TE evolution: (i) TEs can be horizontally transferred between species (ii) TE evolutionary rates can be dramatically increased by specific inactivation processes, such as the RIP (Repeat Induced Point mutation) mechanism in fungi (iii) TEs can influence the regulation of other TEs by insertion or deletion (iv) different classes of TEs in even distantly related species can be remarkably similar in both structure and function.1998. vii, 309 S. VII, 309 p. 279 mmVersandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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[EAN: 9780792346906], Neubuch, [PU: Springer Jan 1998], This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - The existence of transposable elements was implied by Barbara McClintock in the 1940s, based on genetic experiments, and verified in the 1970s by molecular biology. Today, hundreds of elements have been detected in all living organisms and are believed to represent more than 15% of every organism's genome. Major questions remain to be answered concerning how transposable elements have evolved within the context of interacting host genomes. These questions are of great interest because transposable elements may have had a significant impact on the evolution of host genome structure and the ability of populations and species to successfully adapt to their environments. In this book, complementary aspects of the evolution impact of transposable elements are discussed in papers presented by participants of the ESF workshop entitled `Evolution and Role of Transposable Elements' which was held at CNRS in Gif-sur-Yvette, France in September 1996. The presentations cover four major topics of active investigation: the structure and evolution of transposable elements, transposable elements and heterochromatin, dynamics and regulation of transposable elements, and transposable elements and host phylogenies. 320 pp. Englisch

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Evolution and Impact of Transposable Elements

The existence of transposable elements was implied by Barbara McClintock in the 1940s, based on genetic experiments, and verified in the 1970s by molecular biology. Today, hundreds of elements have been detected in all living organisms and are believed to represent more than 15% of every organism's genome. Major questions remain to be answered concerning how transposable elements have evolved within the context of interacting host genomes. These questions are of great interest because transposable elements may have had a significant impact on the evolution of host genome structure and the ability of populations and species to successfully adapt to their environments. In this book, complementary aspects of the evolution impact of transposable elements are discussed in papers presented by participants of the ESF workshop entitled `Evolution and Role of Transposable Elements' which was held at CNRS in Gif-sur-Yvette, France in September 1996. The presentations cover four major topics of active investigation: the structure and evolution of transposable elements, transposable elements and heterochromatin, dynamics and regulation of transposable elements, and transposable elements and host phylogenies.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780792346906
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0792346904
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Publishing year: 1998
Publisher: Springer-Verlag GmbH
320 Pages
Weight: 1,149 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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