L.A. Moran wrote:
> >[Following this discussion it might be news to some that not all genes
> >that encode enzymes involved in biosynthetic pathways and bioenergetics
> >group the archaebacterial homologues among their eubacterial counterparts.
> >Examples that group the archaebacterial homologues as a distinct group
> >include ATPsynthases, cytochrome C oxidases, and argininosuccinate
>> Yes, and it might also be news to some that not all genes required for
> DNA replication, transcription, and translation group the archaebacteria
> with eukaryotes. There are no simple solutions to this problem. It's
> best to reserve judgement until we have more and better data.
I was wondering if you could elaborate on which genes involved in DNA replication DO NOT group
the archaebacteria with the eukaryotes.
dedgell at cs.dal.ca