The complexity of how conserved molecular mechanisms enable ecological adaptations via nutrient-dependent amino acid substitutions that differentiate cell types in individuals of all animal species […]
glucose is a conserved energy source for yeasts and it also regulates gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) neurosecretory cells of brain tissue
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
Mitochondrial-to-cell size ratio in HeLa cells links reproduction by fission in yeasts to the advent of sexual reproduction in yeasts via the same nutrient chemical-dependent molecular mechanisms that are important to cancer research.
the logic of gene regulatory networks in adaptive evolution does not skip any species.