User:Korey Griffin

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Santa Cruz
Yosemite National Park

Methods & Techniques

Santa Cruz Mountains
Kings Canyon National Park
Microbiology

Empirical Resources

Oral-Gut-Brain Microbiota Axis
Santa Cruz County
Nisene Marks State Park
Yosemite National Park

Microbiology

Immunology

Genomics

Replicating genetic information includes human genomes. Each human genome is ~3.2+ billion base pairs in hierarchal structures; 23 (22 autosomal+1 allosomal (X ~155 Mb / Y ~58 Mb) chromosome sets + maternal mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) ~16,500 bp (37 genes; 2 ribosomal (rRNA), 22 transfer (tRNA), 13 messenger (mRNA)). ~30+ Mb (~1.5% of human genome, ~21000-25000 genes + 2500-7500+ small open reading frame (smORF)) DNA transcribes protein-coding mRNA. ~2.4 billion bp (~80% human genome) represents noncoding elements (ncDNA), that may transcribe (ncRNA). ncRNA classifications currently include ~8800 small (sncRNA <200 bp), ~9600 long (lncRNA >200 bp), circular (circRNA), micro (miRNA), tRNA, rRNA, and ~11,224 pseudogenes.

Molecular

Cell Nomenclature

Lunar Bolide Impact Far
Lunar Bolide Impact Near

Epistemology