The genetic basis for the evolution of soma: mechanistic evidence for the co-option of a stress-induced gene into a developmental master regulator
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In multicellular organisms with specialised cells, probably the most vital distinction amongst cell varieties is between reproductive (germ) cells and non-reproductive/somatic cells (soma). Though soma contributed to the marked improve in complexity of many multicellular lineages, little is understood about its evolutionary origins. Now we have beforehand steered that the evolution of genes answerable for the differentiation of somatic cells
“The genetic basis for the evolution of soma: mechanistic evidence for the co-option of a stress-induced gene into a developmental master regulator”
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