Tag Archive: olfaction

Human pheromones: RNA-mediated theory killers

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A Fear of Pheromones Excerpt: WHAT are we going to do if it turns out that we have pheromones? What on earth would we be doing with such things? With the richness of speech, and all our new devices for…
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International Pest Management (IPM) and pathology

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IPM Pheromones Market Is Forecasted To Be Worth $2.45 Billion By 2020: Grand View Research, Inc. Posted: May 27, 2015 10:19 AM EST Updated: May 27, 2015 6:49 PM EST Excerpt: Sex pheromones were widely used in mating disruption techniques…
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Olfaction, ecology, and intelligence

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“I should think we might fairly gauge the future of biological science, centuries ahead by estimating the time it will take to reach a complete comprehensive understanding of odor. It may not seem a profound enough problem to dominate all…
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Modeling conserved microRNA expression

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Insects as models to study the epigenetic basis of disease Excerpt: “…selected insects can be used as models for human diseases with an epigenetic component because the underlying molecular mechanisms (DNA methylation, histone acetylation and the expression of microRNAs) are…
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An epigenetic trap (the sequel)

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I will post this “sequel” before the “prequel” about light-induced amino acid substitutions because more attempts are being made to deny that the fact my colleagues and I detailed how epigenetic traps links the morphology and behavior of species from…
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Environment epigenetically shapes the immune system

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Environment, more than genetics, shapes immune system 1) –with my emphasis Re: “There’s nothing here that is revolutionary or requires rethinking of our assumptions about how the immune system functions…” My comment: They removed assumptions about cell type differentiation by…
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Archive for Sexology. Author’s copy: The Mind’s Eyes (21092 words)

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The Archive for Sexology where the author’s copy of this award-winning article has been available for several years has been solely supported for 10 years by the efforts and expenses of Professor Erwin Haeberle. I learned that he is unable…
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Amino acid homeostasis for a Happy New Year!

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Works by Christ et al., continue to attest to the rejuvenating power of blood. For example, in the context of epigenetic pharmacology and regenerative medicine, one protein in the blood has been linked to health via nutrient-dependent amino acid substitutions…
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No understanding of biodiversity

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No single explanation for biodiversity in Madagascar Excerpt: “The study is part of a larger body of research aimed at identifying the climate, geology and other features of the environment that help bring new species of plants and animals into…
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Sensing and secreting: Darwin’s ‘conditions of life’

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Combinatorial Communication in Bacteria: Implications for the Origins of Linguistic Generativity Excerpt: “…in order to understand the evolutionary origins of human communication and language, the most insightful comparisons will be with the cognitive mechanisms that make ostensive and hence linguistic communication…
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