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Tiny molecular machines that keep chromosome numbers correct have been identified | Uncommon Descent

August 9, 2017

The idea that this arose by random chance is idiotic:

“…From ScienceDaily:“During cell division, a mother cell divides into two daughter cells, and during this process the DNA in the mother cell, wrapped up in the form of chromosomes, is divided into two equal sets. To achieve this, rope-like structures called microtubules capture the chromosomes at a special site called the kinetochore, and pull the DNA apart,” said Dr Viji Draviam, senior lecturer in structural cell and molecular biology from QMUL’s School of Biological and Chemical Sciences…”

Source: Tiny molecular machines that keep chromosome numbers correct have been identified | Uncommon Descent

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