a: Multicellular organism ~
b: colony of single celled organisms


"A multicellular organism is like a colony of single celled organisms which has found a way to communicate and cooperate to maintain a self contained environment. Now everyone has heard of Hox genes but does anyone really know what they encode for? Well of course proteins, but these proteins bind to DNA itself. And when it does so it causes those genes to be expressed which in turn build new proteins. Its a chaotic three dimentional domino effect."

Writer: BGoodForGoodSake
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Jan 11 2015 10:55 AM

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