Prokaryotic Genomes

What are these parts of the eukaryotic genes doing o

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Unformatted text preview: Features of Eukaryotic genes o Larger o More protein- coding genes o More base pairs o More regulatory sequences (greater complexity requires more regulation), some coding, some non- coding o Much of eukaryotic DNA is noncoding including introns, gene control sequences, and repeated sequences. • What are these parts of the Eukaryotic genes doing? o Some of the parts encode protein §༊ Enzymes we need for metabolism o Lots of regulatory sequences o Everything cells need to do like cell cycle and cell signaling...
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