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"One surprise in the structural comparison of reaction centers from different photosynthetic systems has been that they are similar to each other in terms of their overall three-dimensional structure. This suggests that all photosynthetic reaction centers.(*).are related to each other and share a common ancestor."....Wim Vermaas is professor of plant biology and former director of the Center for the Study of Early Events in Photosynthesis at Arizona State University in Tempe.

Information from the Great Infinite Intelligence flows to us often as ideas as we examine creation. Ideas come from the Soul level, then we take the lead to produce wonderful things: photosynthesis and related processes can be applied to many more areas than just solar energy conversion. There are a myriad of possible applications of artificial reaction centers and related molecules in nanotechnology. As mentioned above, they could be applied as optical switches and sensors in computer technology to facilitate chip-to-chip or board-to-board contact, among others.

Many synthetic pigments have also found biomedical uses in tumor detection, as they, for unknown reasons, tend to accumulate preferentially in tumors and are highly fluorescent and thus easily detectable in a patient who is being operated on to remove a tumor. 

In the biotechnology field, photosynthetic organisms are likely to play an increasing role in the production of enzymes, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals and so forth. Until now, these valuable molecules have been produced primarily by genetically modified forms of heterotrophic microorganisms such as yeast and selected bacteria, which can live off only organic matter.....more on this

-Phyletic:.of a subkingdom.(a kingdom lower than another, as a branch office of the head office).or phylum.(the broad basic divisions of the plant or animal kingdom) (phyla is plural of phylum); a primary group of related organisms; racial.

-Phylogeny/phylogenic:.the evolutionary distribution of the entire species; the evolutionary development of any plant or animal species; distinguished from ontogeny. See also ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny. Ontogeny refers to your evolution and phylogeny refers to the evolution of species.

-Placenta:.a vascular organ within the uterus, connected to the fetus by the umbilical cord. It serves as the structure through which the fetus receives nourishment from and eliminates waste matter into the circulatory system of the mother.

-Polymer/Monomer:.discrete units of nucleic acid and proteins strung together in a row, making a molecular.chain and having large molecules consisting of repeated units.(monomers = one unit). Polysaccharides are natural polymers..(polymers = more than one unit)

-Proteins:.Proteins are the molecular building blocks for organisms.

Proteins are most important machines within living tissues that build the structures and carry out the chemical processes needed for life, whereas nucleic acids, DNA.and RNA are storage caches for codes.

Proteins are made by.(coded for).genes. Each gene knows how to manufacture many different proteins, each executing special purposes within cells. Genes 'somehow' read the codes, overstanding how to utilize them.

Proteins are formed when amino acids link together by peptide.bonds. They are manufactured in cellular organelles called ribosomes from a copy of instructions received from the DNA nucleus, which retains the master in case it 'has to send the fax again'. A backup system is in place.

A string of messenger RNA.(mRNA).duplicates genetic data from DNA, then transfers it to a protein fabricating factory called a ribosome, located in the cell. This moving factory travels the mRNA attaching to the triplets.(each a set of three base pairs).a slender sinewy.molecule called tRNA.(transferRNA).itself having 3 base pairs attached at one end and an amino acid attached at the other.

To construct just the right protein for what has been requested, the ribosome must locate exactly the right tRNA to match.just one.of the 20 amino acids in the busy city.(far busier and more complex than any of our large cities today).of the cell. Why 20? The mathematics of Creator's design is such that in a three phase quantum search, an item can be readily located amongst 20 different kinds. Absolutely astonishing once one understands the complexity and high efficiency involved.

So, both the number of bases and the number of amino acids is just right for protein manufacture to be as efficient as it possibly can be.

But, even greater complexity looms! Beyond the 20 amino acids numerous interactive mechanisms occur in that, each amino acid can be attached to different tRNAs. The information contained within the genome that occurs when effects are produced on the expression of genes thousands of bases away is astonomical! Protein molecules present an enormous array of possibilities.

The shape of protein molecules is known to be controlled by more than its genetic code. Proteins contain carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen and frequently sulfur.


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