Transposable elements, or transposons, are DNA sequences that can move from one


Transposable elements, or transposons, are DNA sequences that can move from one location in a genome to another. Discuss the impact that transposons are thought to have had on eukaryotic genome evolution.
For this question, you may choose to either focus on one species of eukaryotic organism, or discuss this topic more generally across all eukaryotes, or a range of eukaryotes.


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