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Looking for the extensive elaboration on the topic eukaryotic and archaeal replication? Then this sqadia.com medical video lecture is all what you have been searching for. This lecture comprehensively explains the eukaryotic DNA replication alongside the relation between the eukaryotes and archaea genetics. Additionally, replication primases, polymerases, telomeres and telomerases have been brought under consideration. Furthermore, alternative splicing and archaeal transcription has been highlighted.
Eukaryotic DNA Replication
The major focus of this section is on the eukaryotic DNA replication. The educator commenced by shedding light upon the relation between eukaryotic and archaeal genetics. Subsequently, certain differences between eukaryotes and archaea have been considered. In addition to this, DNA replication and initiation of DNA replication process has been explained in detail. Moreover, origin recognition complex (ORC) has been elaborated. As an example, ORC of yeast schizosaccharomyces has been comprehensively explained.
Primases, Polymerases and Telomerases
Primases, polymerases and telomerases are the key point of this section. In the beginning, eukaryotic primases and DNA polymerases have been conversed about. Following this, end replication problem alongside telomeres telomerases have been highlighted. Additionally, replication of eukaryotic telomeric DNA has been elucidated. DNA replication in archaea along with archaeal primases and polymerases have been thoroughly delineated.
Transcription in Eukaryotes
Transcription in eukaryotes has been elaborated in this section. Initially, an overview of eukaryotic transcription has been put forth. Alongside this, eukaryotic RNA polymerases and the mechanism of transcription initiation in eukaryotes has been extensively brought under discussion. Moreover, pre-mRNA to mRNA has been highlighted.
The point of emphasis of this section is on the archaeal transcription. Splicing in eukaryotes and the unique process of alternative splicing has been described in-detail. In addition to this, transcription in archaea has been explained broadly. Conclusively, archaeal & bacterial transcription similarities have been expansively been discussed.