“Relative germ cell vulnerability throughout the lifespan may depend on the type of perturbation encountered, with severe caloric restriction and chronic stress eliciting distinct mechanisms.“Excerpted […]
The differential transmission of genes depends on the availability of nutrients. The metabolism of nutrients to species-specific pheromones enables natural selection.
A single note accurately represents what is known about the epigenetic effects of nutrient chemical-dependent (i.e., glucose-regulated) survival, growth, and the advent of sexual reproduction in microbes like yeasts. It extends my model from microbes to man via the common molecular mechanisms
it does help to make the differences between behaviorists and biologists more apparent, and I admire the way it clearly shows that the behaviorists have it backwards
control of homeostasis by the epigenetic effects of proper nutrition and social stress inhibition might prevent our diet-driven and social stress-driven extinction.
Has anyone calculated the odds that two 1-2-3 stage dependent exaptation events would concurrently occur?