phylogeny of animals and protists.
The GCs are merely the apex predator in a political-economic jungle filled with predators. If the GCs are , then the jungles are also filled with tyrannosaurs, , and the many docile herbivores that they feast on, and some furtive creatures . Most Americans have no awareness of the issue, but the USA’s federal government has , largely energy-related patents, according to credible sources. The for classifying patented technologies extended to photovoltaics that had efficiencies of greater than 10% or any energy conversion technology that achieved greater than 70-80% efficiency. FE devices are often called “over-unity” because they produce more energy than it takes to run them. Consequently, any over-unity device was subject to being classified. There are many areas like that, where the rationale for suppression is at least plausible, but it is then abused by evil-minded people as they protect the rackets, and the theoretical spirit of the law and the realities of its enforcement are as different as night and day. I saw it , and . Protecting the public is the , which extends to consumer "protection" laws and .
It's about the organelles involved in making proteins.
Amino Acids and Proteins
Halophiles live in extremely salty environments, such as the Great Salt Lake and the Dead Sea. These archaea have proteins and cell walls which have features to improve their function in extremely salty environments.
3 Cell Diversity Protists, Fungi and Monera
Protists are more structurally and functionally diverse than any other group of eukaryotes. Protists may be unicellular or multicellular; autotrophic or heterotrophic; and asexual or sexual. Scientists believe this great diversity is a result of eukaryotic evolution, particularly endosymbiosis. As unicellular organisms engulfed other cells, a symbiotic relationship developed and the engulfed organisms became organelles of the host cell. Evidence of secondary endosymbiosis is believed to have led to the diversity of protists phylogeny into five supergroups: excavate, chromalveolata, rhizaria, archaeplastida, and unikonta.