From: Edmund Schaefer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun May 14 2006 - 21:58:43 MDT
On 5/14/06, Mike Dougherty <email@example.com> wrote:
> It is generally observed that Nature is highly efficient at managing
> energy/material resources. So what is the purpose of these apparently
> inactive sequences?
Not everything has to be an adaptation. Why is having shorter DNA worth
using selection pressure on?
If large chunks of non-coding DNA can be removed and still produce a normal
mouse, it looks doubtful they contain useful information.
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