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Bioinformatics 21(2), 263–265, 2005. 15. , Ao, S. I. , “Combining functional and linkage disequilibrium information in the selection of tag SNPs”. Bioinformatics 23(1), 129–131, 2007. Chapter 3 The Effects of Gene Recruitment on the Evolvability and Robustness of Pattern-Forming Gene Networks Alexander V. Spirov and David M. Holloway Abstract Gene recruitment or co-option is defined as the placement of a new gene under a foreign regulatory system. Such re-arrangement of pre-existing regulatory networks can lead to an increase in genomic complexity.
Using the average score of the test computations, we found that the added genes significantly improved the fitting of the Hb and Kr pattern, both for early and mid cycle 14A, with the mid 14A difference being more dramatic. 809. For the 2-gene model, we find that redundancy serves as a mechanism to find not only better solutions, but also usually to find these solutions faster, in less generations; recruitment significantly raises the efficacy of the evolutionary search. Hence for a small fragment of the network, which could be treated as an “ancestral” primitive primary gene ensemble, redundancy via co-option could substantially facilitate evolutionary searches.
Chapter 3 The Effects of Gene Recruitment on the Evolvability and Robustness of Pattern-Forming Gene Networks Alexander V. Spirov and David M. Holloway Abstract Gene recruitment or co-option is defined as the placement of a new gene under a foreign regulatory system. Such re-arrangement of pre-existing regulatory networks can lead to an increase in genomic complexity. This reorganization is recognized as a major driving force in evolution. We simulated the evolution of gene networks by means of the Genetic Algorithms (GA) technique.