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Rearrangement

rearrangement

A restructuring; e.g., in a molecule.

Amadori rearrangement, a rearrangement that occurs in cross-linking reactions seen in collagen and in protein glycosylations; e.g., conversion of n-glycosides of aldoses to N-glycosides of the corresponding ketoses.


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... such cases benign mutations and silent mutations are considered normal variation resulting in alternative allele. Genetic recombination results in rearrangement of genes leading to progeny having a new and unique combination of genes (except identical twins). You also have to be careful when you ...

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Theories - Origin of Life

... stages, with the final one being the complete reproductive isolation, and this reproductive isolation is always associated with chromosomal rearrangements and environment independent genetic incompatibilities. Yes, in sticklebacks , and they make this suggestion based on two previous examples. ...

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