DISPERSAL OF GENES IN EVOLUTION : I. CEASELESS REPLICATION AND RANDOM DISTRIBUTION HYPOTHESIS

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Published: 2008-01-04

Page: 33-38


H. K. GOSWAMI *

24, Kaushalnagar, P.O.Misrod, Bhopal (MP) 462047 India

SUSHMA GURU *

Ranchi Women’s College, Ranchi (Jharkhand) 834001

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

This series of papers compiled on the basis of theoretical and practical demonstration of distribution of identical sequences of DNA among diversified gene pools celebrates 150th year of the foundation of the theory of natural selection by Charles Darwin and Alfred Wallace. We opine that a large number of identical deoxyribonucleic acid sequences uniquely found within the genomes of many plants, animals as well as in the human genome are due to the fact that the DNA sequences must have ceaselessly replicated and got randomly distributed among trillions of cells evolving and differentiating during Pre Cambrian and Cambrian phases of evolution. This supports earlier hypothesis of Bajpai and Goswami vehemently suggesting this to be operative at the time of bisecting cellular evolution to plant and animal cells.

Keywords: DNA sequences homology, comparative phylogenetics, relic genes, evolutionary genomics.


How to Cite

GOSWAMI, H. K., & GURU, S. (2008). DISPERSAL OF GENES IN EVOLUTION : I. CEASELESS REPLICATION AND RANDOM DISTRIBUTION HYPOTHESIS. BIONATURE, 29(1), 33–38. Retrieved from https://globalpresshub.com/index.php/BN/article/view/421

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