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Through mathematical modeling based on probability, they concluded in 1908 that gene pool frequencies are inherently stable but that evolution should be expected in all populations virtually all of the time. They resolved this apparent paradox by analyzing the net effects of potential evolutionary mechanisms. Orthologous regions in barley, rice, sorghum, and wheat were studied by bacterial artificial chromosome sequence analysis. General microcolinearity was observed for the four shared genes in this region. However, three genic rearrangements were observed. First, the rice region contains a cluster of 48 predicted small nucleolar RNA genes, but the comparable region from sorghum contains no homologous loci. Second, gene 2 was inverted in the barley lineage by an apparent unequal recombination after the ancestors of barley and wheat diverged, 11–15 million years ago . Third, gene 4 underwent direct tandem duplication in a common ancestor of barley and wheat 29–41. All four of the shared genes show the same synonymous substitution rate, but nonsynonymous substitution rates show significant variations between genes 4a and 4b, suggesting that gene 4b was largely released from the strong purifying selection that acts on gene 4a in both barley and wheat. Intergenic retrotransposon blocks, many of them organized as nested insertions, mostly account for the lower gene density of the barley and wheat regions. All but two of the retrotransposons were found in the regions between genes, while all but 2 of the 51 inverted repeat transposable elements were found as insertions in genic regions and outside the retrotransposon blocks.
do think u can help ?
I don't know. Sounds pretty good. Is there something more specific that needs rewording? Also it would be easier to read if you just attached the file.
i need it less smart thow
Less smart??? Don't think I can help you there. I'm not even sure what you mean.
im bad at bumming it doun
Who is your audience? and what is your purpose?
Why would you have to dumb it down for a teacher?
because i got some of the infor from a page and i need to put in my own words and if i say it really smart she thinks its not me cuz im 16
Ah so this is not your writing then?
it a its my reserch not just one persons witing i look a bunch of stuff up
Yes but you did not write any of it correct?
The words above: These were taken word for word from your research and are not in anyway your own word, correct?
some is not much
i fiddled with it alittle
Okay. So you don't need help 'dumbing it down'. You would not want to do this anyway. What is the point of doing research and learning if you just spoil it by making it sound like a 16-year-old wrote it? Just because you are 16 does not mean that you cannot write a coherent, intelligent, and well-worded paper. That said, it seems what you really need help with is paraphrasing. Paraphrasing is simply the process of putting the thoughts in your own words. I will give you a couple of examples using what you have above and you can get the idea. Give me a moment though. I'm in the middle of fixing dinner as I do this.
ok thank u i see
Do me a favor, give me a passage (2-3 sentences) from your paper that is not in your own words.