The Unidirectional Flow Of Genetic Information
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The Unidirectional Flow Of Genetic Information

The Unidirectional Flow Of Genetic Information

There is a Primiordial Equilibrium associated with every organism. Consequently, there exist in every organism the information necessary to maintain its primordial equilibrium.

How is this information used to maintain primordial equilibrium?

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Unidirectional Flow Of Genetic Information

Information is shared knowledge. For example, X knows something and wants Y to know the something. If Y is interested in the knowing, X will transfer that knowledge to Y. Nature has shared some knowledge with organisms with respect to the maintenance of their primordial equilibrium. This information is encapsulated in what we call genes.

Genes are stored in chromosomes (molecules of DNA) and are transcripted and translated in order to realize the primordial functions that have been assigned to them. Figure 114.9 illustrates the unidirectional flow of genetic information.

The unidirectional flow of genetic information is from DNA to protein (this flow is called The central Dogma in molecular biology). Genetic information is copied into messenger RNA (mRNA) which then carries the information to the translation space where it is translated for protein synthesis.

So, essentially the synthesis of proteins of specific structures and functions as dictated by genetic information is the process by which primordial equilibrium is maintained.

Duplication of genetic material (DNA replication) as is the case prior to cell division is represented in figure 114.9 by the DNA-DNA curved arrow. The reverse transcription present in viruses (especially the retro virus group) whereby these viruses produce the DNA copy of their viral RNA genome is repesented in figure 114.9 by the mRNA-DNA curved arrow.


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