Monthly Archives: May 2017

The plot thickens…

(Click here for the latest posts) I have discussed “Thing one and Thing Two” in previous posts. However, I think it is befitting to talk about them some more, in light of how nuclear envelopes are put together. Nuclear envelopes are … Continue reading

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Sex isn’t the only way to get your DNA

There are three references that I added today. They, as well as others, can be found under the page tab called Additional References. In this post, I would like to focus on the one about horizontal gene transfer. As stated in … Continue reading

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