Carnivorous bladderwort genome contradicts notion that vast quantities of noncoding DNA crucial for complex life

Sunday, May 12, 2013 - 12:00 in Biology & Nature

Genes make up about 2 percent of the human genome. The rest consists of a genetic material known as noncoding DNA, and scientists have spent years puzzling over why this material exists in such voluminous quantities.

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