MODULE

This blog focuses on the structure of protein components that are involved at the time of the presumed generation of new morphological/functional states from different original morphological/functional states according to canonical biological evolution concepts.

A common feature associated with all of the concepts that are inferred to be involved in the development of animal lineage sequences is the creation of protein recombinations that generate new structures and functions in a new "species".

For all of the concepts analyzed in this blog, the concept's mechanisms/processes are not documented to a degree that addresses a universal problem---where in the sequence of a protein's origination of a new species level morphological/functional state does the new morphological/functional state occur.

The structure of the protein components involved in the presumed conversation of precursor morphological/functional protein state into new morphological/functional state exhibits phase occurrence complications that are not amenable to resolution via the inevitable common ancestry based rhetoric.

The following figure graphically displays the presumed concept mechanisms and a simplifies graphic of new proteins at the protein development level.

TRANSPOSONS
(Summary)
Revised:08-23-15
POLYTOMYS
(Summary)
Revised:04-29-15
SPECIATION
(Summary)
Revised:12-28-16
CONVERGENCE
(Summary)
Revised:11-07-16
SISTER SPECIES
(Summary)
Revised:01-29-16
DEV. GEN. REG. NET.
(Summary)
Revised:01-04-16
LINEAGE ISOLATION
(Summary)
Revised:02-16-16
GHOST SPECIES
(Summary)
Revised:02-28-16
ANAGENESIS/CLADOGENESIS
(Summary)
Revised:11-18-16
CO-OPTION
(Summary)
Revised:10-19-16
CLADOGRAM OUTGROUPS
(Summary)
Revised:01-24-16
BACTERIAL APPEARANCE
(Summary)
Revised:03-06-16
DERIVED TRAITS
(Summary)
Revised:03-06-16
LIGAND BINDING
(Summary)
Revised:03-10-17
ENZYME-SUBSTRATE
COMPLEX

(UNDER DEVELOPMENT)
Revised:12-15-16