It’s apparently now okay to just admit this:
To build the machinery that enables bacteria to swim, over 50 proteins have to be assembled according to a logic and well-defined order to form the flagellum, the cellular equivalent of an offshore engine of a boat. To be functional, the flagellum is assembled piece by piece, ending with the helix called flagellar filament, composed of six different subunits called flagellins. Microbiologists from the University of Geneva (UNIGE) have demonstrated that adding sugar to the flagellins is crucial for the flagellum’s assembly and functionality. This glycosylation is carried out by a newly discovered enzyme FlmG, whose role was hitherto unknown. Based on this observation — which you can read all about in the journal eLife — the researchers followed up with a second discovery published in Developmental Cell. Among the six flagellins of Caulobacter crescentus, the model bacterium in the two studies, one is the special one serving a signalling role to trigger the final assembly of the flagellum.Université de Genève, “The sweet spot of flagellar assembly” at ScienceDaily
They ADMIT this? It sounds like a Recovery Meeting. “I used to be a serious Darwinist but then my life got out of control and… “
Yes, you called us so you are on the right track. Stay real. Avoid the bad stuff. Stick with “logic,” “well-defined order …”
Do we need a no-crap helpline for recovering Darwinists? We wanna make this easy. There’s a whole world out there.