One hundred fifty years ago, Dmitri Mendeleev created the Periodic Table, a system for classifying all the atoms on the basis of the features of their Nuclei.
This week, a team of Biologists is studying the tree of life, and it has unveiled a new classification system for Cell Nuclei and revealed a method for transforming one type of Cell Nuclei into another.The study in which it appears this week is the journal Science which has emerged from quite a few once-separate efforts. One of these is arranged on the DNA Zoo, which is an international grouping with a leg on each side of dozens of institutions.
Ultimately, the team realized that it was just sighted variants on two overall Nuclei designs. Dudchenko, the co-director of DNA Zoo explained that in some species, chromosomes are organized like such that they seem like the pages of a printed newspaper, with the outer margins on one side and the folded middle on the other. He further added that in other species, each chromosome is lined up into a shape of a little ball.