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A further in a quantitative character caused by genetic ground would be described bythe component VI. component,gene-environmentinteractivevariance (VQFJ,reflects the proportion of variancewhich Environmentalvariance. Like geneticvariance, remains when both genetic and environmental vari- environmentalvariancecanalsobe divided into anceshavebeen calculatedandsubtracted from several subcomponents. the total phenotypic variance. VGEcan be thought of (1) V E ( ~is) generalenvironmentalvariance,and as resulting from interaction between the two other reflects factors to which all members of a given components, but in practice it is difficult to measure population are exposed.
Significantly, the Xenopus homolog of CDC28/Cdc2 was foundto be a component of MPF. The kinaseswere foundto be present constitutively in the nucleus, but tocontrol cell cycletransitions their activity would have to oscillate. An explanation for their periodic activity came from the study of sea urchin eggs, wherein were discovered a family of molecules whose synthesis and activity oscillated with the cell cycle. These molecules were termed cyclins and they were subsequently found in many other eukaryotes including yeast and vertebrates.
Advanced molecular biology : a concise reference by Richard Twyman