- n. Plural form of metazoan.
“Read the title again, then read "In other cases, Monosiga proteins are associated with signaling domains not found in metazoans or found in a different architecture, indicating it has successfully explored new paths within signaling space.”
“In other cases, Monosiga proteins are associated with signaling domains not found in metazoans or found in a different architecture, indicating it has successfully explored new paths within signaling space.”
“The one that we know, that maintained the biotic sphere from unicellular organisms to the diversity of the metazoans is unremarkable?”
“What choanoflagellates clearly demonstrate is that genes, long thought to be metazoan-specific because of their function in metazoans, can indeed exist in a unicellular state across deep time.”
“As for HGT/LGT and metazoans - anyone see "The Fly"?”
“In the context of this thread, the homeobox regulatory mechanism of non-metameric ancestral metazoans (such as flatworms) would qualify as an exaptation for the homeobox regulatory mechanism of their metameric descendants.”
“Guts: At this point the monosiga and metazoan lineages diverged – monosiga kept its single celled lifestyle because it had it's own niche to fill with it's own environmental challenges, while metazoans went on to become multicellular.”
“There isn't anything in any of those research papers that shows that single-celled organisms can "evolve" into multi-cellular metazoans.”
“We have a common ancestor that evolved intercellular signalling (for e.g. colonialism, mating), a function which was expanded in certain lineages, (esp. metazoans that used those signally functions to coordinate across specialized tissues).”
“ID guy: Can any of thise researchers show that multi-cellular metazoans evolved from those single-celled organism?”
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