RNA-mediated silencing (6)
See first RNA-mediated silencing (5)
The AVONET database contains 11 morphological traits, such as beak shape and wing length, for 90,020 individual birds from 181 countries.
It fails to link differences in uni-parental or bi-parental feeding from fixation of amino acid substitutions to the color of white-throated sparrows, which was linked to ethnic difference in skin color via chromosomal rearrangements across kingdoms via Estrogen receptor α polymorphism in a species with alternative behavioral phenotypes 1/13/14
The failure to link food energy from chromosomal rearrangements to microRNA-mediated ecological speciation can be viewed in the context of God’s Creation of energy-as-information and links from the biophysically constrained pH-dependent physiology of reproduction to all biodiversity on Earth, not just the diversity of the birds and the bees.
Cellulose: A Plant Cell Biology Game is the most recent addition to the series of STEM toys for ages 8-14 plus. Collectively, they link sunlight and humidity to protection from the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA via light-activated carbon fixation in cyanobacteria and microRNA-mediated protein folding chemistry.
The works of Thomas Hunt Morgan (1910) linked God’s Creation of energy-as-information to viral endemicity (protection from the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA) via food energy-dependent pheromone-regulated genetic processes of chromosomal rearrangements and ecological speciation in flies.
The best that stupid theorists have to offer for comparison to Cellulose: A Plant Cell Biology Game is an example of human idiocy published as: Integrated phylogenomics and fossil data illuminate the evolution of beetles 3/23/22
…we infer a timescale for beetle evolution that integrates the fossil record and refined sampling of 68 nuclear protein-coding (NPC) genes (16 206 amino acid sites)…
In the context of the fossil record, See: A universal trend of amino acid gain and loss in protein evolution 2/10/05
Amino acid composition of proteins varies substantially between taxa and, thus, can evolve.