Microbes

A bacterial world: A series of stages in evolution

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“We are living in a bacterial world, and it’s impacting us more than previously thought.” February 15th, 2013 by by Lisa Zyga Excerpt: The percentage of the human genome that arose at a series of stages in evolution. Excerpt: The olfactory…
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Human pheromones and the visual appeal of other people (Part Four)

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What I don’t see is anyone who is integrating the ecological, social, and neurogenic niches and considering the epigenetic effects of nutrient chemicals and pheromones in the context of endocrine disruption and transgenerational epigenetic inheritance.

Pre-existing genetic variability or random mutations: a matter of priorities and choices

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This fact can be explained to a general audience by saying that food odors cause us to eat what causes us to produce pheromones that cause us to associate, or not associate, with other people. In this context, pheromones are social odors.

Creation vs Evolution? Pre-existing genetic variation, not random mutation

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The honeybee is an invertebrate model organism that exemplifies the vertebrate molecular mechanisms of evolution via pre-existing genetic variation, not random mutation, that are detailed here.