Intronshttp://dictionary.re...se/introns?s=t in·tronnoun Genetics
. a noncoding segment in a length of DNA that interrupts a gene-coding sequence or nontranslated sequence, the corresponding segment being removed from the RNA copy before transcription.
Also called intervening sequence
. Compare exon2
1975–80; perhaps intr(o)-
+ -on1 Intron
A segment of a gene situated between exons that does not function in coding for protein synthesis. After transcription of a gene to messenger
RNA, the transcriptions of introns are removed, and the exons are spliced together by enzymes before translation and assembly of amino acids into proteins.
Compare exon.INTR-ONhttp://dictionary.re...owse/intr?s=ts intr 1.
In the examples above “ 5 - introduction” would be the most probable to intron in relation to outer membrane which would require a deduction - like using the UB’s forward to deduce or define the meanings.http://dictionary.re...e/introduction in·tro·duc·tionnoun 1.
the act of introducing
or the state of being introduced
a formal personal presentation of one person to another or others.3.
a preliminary part, as of a book, musical composition, or the like, leading up to the main part.4.
an elementary treatise: an introduction to botany. 5.
an act or instance of inserting.6.
a suffix used in the names of subatomic particles ( gluon; meson; neutron
), quanta ( graviton
), and other minimal entities or components ( cistron; codon; magneton; photon
probably extracted from ion; compare proton -on2
a suffix used in the naming of inert gaseous elements: neon. Origin:
≪ Greek -on,
neuter of -os
adj. endingMedical Dictionary-on 1suff.
- A subatomic particle: neutron.
- A unit: photon.
- A basic hereditary unit: codon. [the hereditaryUB reference to germ-plasm]
Notice the inference to the UB use of trinity, triune, triodity, trio(s) to compare below as “triplet” and “three”. Codon: http://dictionary.re...m/browse/codon co·donnoun Genetics
a triplet of adjacent nucleotides in the messenger RNA chain that codes for a specific amino acid in the synthesis of a protein molecule. Also called coding triplet
; code + -on1 Anticodonhttp://dictionary.re...owse/anticodon an·ti·co·donnoun Genetics
a sequence of three nucleotides in a region of transfer RNA that recognizes a complementary coding triplet of nucleotides in messenger RNA during translation by the ribosomes in protein biosynthesis.
an·ti·co·don (ān'tē-kō'dŏn, ān'tī-)n.
A sequence of three adjacent nucleotides in tRNA designating a specific amino acid that binds to a corresponding codon in mRNA during protein synthesis.
Exon – [can also reference “exo-” as in exoskeleton.]http://dictionary.re...om/browse/exon
[Do not cast away the definition of exon1
below in that it is a indirect reference to the Biblical reference to the four horsemen who are considered guardians and act as commanders or controllers but not regarding genetics as yet but, the brain stem, which contains four parts, and also described extensively in the UB as to their function of the brain and body, of which control the 7 adjutants’ also. Also the Biblical colours and their definitions are pertinent to the function of the adjutants’.] ex·on1 noun
(in Britain) one of four yeomen of the guard who act as commanding officers in the absence of higher authority.
Also called exempt.Origin:
1645–55; earlier exant,
for French exempt
(spelling altered to show French pronunciation) ex·on2 noun Genetics
any portion of an interrupted gene that is represented in the RNA product and is translated into protein.
Compare intron.— n
Compare intron any segment of a discontinuous gene the segments of which are separated by introns
[C20: from ex- 1
+ -on ]ex'onic 2
( pressed sequence
) + -on1 Medical Dictionaryexon
A nucleotide sequence in DNA that carries the code for the final mRNA molecule and thus defines a protein's amino acid sequence. Also called coding sequence . ex·on'ic adj.Science Dictionaryexon
A segment of a gene that contains information used in coding for protein synthesis. Genetic information within genes is discontinuous, split among the exons that encode for messenger RNA and absent from the DNA sequences in between
, which are called introns
. Genetic splicing, catalyzed by enzymes, results in the final version of messenger RNA, which contains only genetic information from the exons.
Compare intron.Cultural Dictionary exon definition
Stretches of DNA in genes that code for proteins. In eukaryotes, exons in a given gene are generally separated from each other by stretches of DNA that do not contain instructions for constructing proteins.
intron.)eukaryoteshttp://dictionary.re...ukaryotic?s=ts prokaryotehttp://dictionary.re...wse/prokaryote taxonomyhttp://dictionary.re...rowse/taxonomy
Please note: keep in mind that some of these junk DNA, as mentioned before, are not junk, however to better describe these spaces/junk of DNA in the sequence you can use the same analogy of how a check digit is used in UPC (universal product code) barcodes.
Many do not understand how they were designed to function. I had the opportunity to work with one of the system programmers who worked on the NCR project that created the UPC system. He explained to me some of the intricacies of the barcode itself. The project went 6 months over the time limit because they had found out that the original code used 5’s as fencing and they found that 6’s were needed for full potential of future coding. The fences that I am referring to are numbers in the actual code that divide segments of the barcode and, are not represented in the descriptive numbers, generally displayed below the code. These numbers are 3 sixes which are located in front, end and generally middle of the code. This reference to 6,6,6, is that same reference to the Biblical code in the book of Revelation which states that nothing will be bought or sold without the mark of the beast. Ha-Ha-Ha, most persons actually thought that there is a beast, sorry it is also pointer to the link of the Horsemen and the brain stem.
If one actually examines the two segments of the barcode separated by the fences you will notice that the bars and spaces differ from one side to the other. They represent numbers but the difference is that one is the reverse notation from the other. This is used to identify which number is the check digit, normally at the end of the barcode.
Many companies choose to not use the check digit, in the days where one byte of space could add up to 10 percent of the space used to catalog the full number. They did this because the check digit can be calculated and reproduced when needed and moved to remote systems. This attitude is now causing problems in that the check digit is very important to future expansion and usage. After a while the users started to run out of UPC numbers based on their encoded meanings like manufacturer, product and sub-product, depending on usage. Now some companies are struggling to change data bases to incorporate the check digit or not because of cost of programming.
The simple method would be to add a variable check digit which can, in a base ten number system, triple the available numbers just by reprogramming the check-digit routine to incorporate the different values. The variable check digit can also add a specific number which instructs the program to read the barcode backwards thereby increasing the size of the number string being used or a subsequence of the base number which in genetic world can determine what the numbers in the next sequence should or will represent.
So if you examine method that may seem to be unrelated to one single system or “-ology” and or combine specific rules or laws, you may be able to resolve many issues, besides why recreate the wheel if the pattern work so well, like making a gear out of the wheel.