Mammary pheromone-induced odour learning influences sucking behaviour and milk intake in the newborn rabbit Excerpt: “…several results showed that pups could learn different odorants during […]
How our NOSE shaped the human race: Ancestors lost their ability to detect sex pheromones to make men more faithful – and create the stable […]
Discoveries in 3-D Genome Make-Up and Genetic Changes: Clarification of differences amidst chromosome pairs and how gene expression is effected by chromosome folding Excerpt: “…offers […]
1) Arguments in the evo-devo debate: say it with flowers! Abstract excerpt: A key question in evolutionary developmental biology is how DNA sequence changes have […]
Perfume could be the riskiest gift you’ll ever buy February 13 2015 by 1) S Craig Roberts: Senior Lecturer in Psychology at University of Stirling 2) […]
All in the (bigger) family Science 16 January 2015: Vol. 347 no. 6219 pp. 220-221 DOI: 10.1126/science.347.6219.220 by Elizabeth Pennisi Abstract: A decade of genetic […]
“The gene, cell, tissue, organ, organ-system pathway is a neuroscientifically established link between sensory input and behavior. Marts and Resnick (2007) stress the importance of […]
Insects serve as a model for human brain function.
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