07 Oct The evolution of bacterial energy centres

One of the first things you learn once you start taking biology as a subject is that life is split into two separate domains – prokeryotes and eukaryotes. Prokaryotes are small and blobby and have no nucleus or internal organisation, while eukaryotes are big and multicellular and contain not just a nucleus, but all sorts of other organelles inside the cell such as mitochondria, chloroplasts …

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The evolution of bacterial energy centres

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