Table 1F. Genome Formatting for Replication.

Figure 1H. Spliceosomal RNA processing and formatting.

Table 2A. Processes Governed by Nucleoprotein Complexes Within the Cell Cycle.

Figure 2B(1). Schematic diagram of nucleosome assembly and structure.

Table 2C(2). Documented Horizontal DNA Transfer Events in the Three Domains of Life.

Table 3B. Some mutagenic and non-mutagenic repair processes.

Table 4A. Cell Biochemical Activities Used in Natural Genetic Engineering (NGE).

Figure 4B(1). Five protein families dictate different transposition pathways.

Figure 4B(2)-1. HIV viral structure and reproduction cycle.

Fig 4B(2)-2. Mechanism of reverse transcription in class VI virus ssRNA-RT, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

Figure 4B(3). Target-primed reverse transcription (TPRT).

Figure 4B(4). Impact of transposable elements (TEs) on eukaryotic genome architecture and gene expression.

Table 4B(4). More Formatting of Insertion Targets by Mobile Genetic Elements.

Table 4E(1). Mobile Genetic Elements as Vectors in Human Genetic Engineering.

Table 4F(1). Induced transgenerational epigenetic changes.

Table 5A. Examples of documented exon shuffling by mobile genetic elements.

Table 5B. Reports of retrogenes in plant and animal genomes.

Table 5C-1. Mobile Elements Found to be Exapted as cis-Regulatory Control Sites in Animals.

Table 5C-2. Exaptation of transposases to regulatory and other protein functions.

Table 5D. Whole genome duplications or other amplifications observed in the genome sequence record.