- n. Plural form of genome.
“Order within genomes is maintained by identifiable enzymes whose function it is to recognize and correct genetic mistakes.”
“The independent "pattern", the unconnected concept that permits one to speak about specified information in genomes, is not sequence but function.”
“If deleterious mutations accumulate within genomes without fatally compromising the survival of individual organisms until a threshold is reached, then what does this say about the role natural selection could have played in fixing such biological properties in the first place?”
“The mechanisms are acting today and have been studied in detail, and the evidence they leave in genomes is also well-known.”
“Sure, most people in America have some diversity of genetic origins, but African Americans derive on average about 80 — 85% of their genomes from recent emigrants from Africa, while European Americans derive less than 10% of their genomes from the same source.”
“Your description of the encoding of "meaning" (above) is actually quite close to my view of reality, especially your description of how material/physical events become encoded in genomes, nervous systems, etc.”
“There could have been thousands of insertion events as this transposon bounced around in genomes over millions of years.”
“Yes, nearly-neutral mutations can accumulate in genomes, but natural selection tends to purify genomes over time.”
“Variations in genomes arising from mutations are the source of variation.”
“You say there is, so please show me where the front-loaded information in genomes resides.”
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